LA Convention 2000 and LA HOST, jointly known as "LA 2000," were responsible for bringing the 2000 Democration National Convention.
This collection conists of the records documenting this effort.
The 2000 Democratic Party national convention was held at the Staples Center in Los Angeles, California, from 14 August through
17 August 2000. The nominee for president was then Vice-President Albert Gore and for vice-president, Connecticut senator
Joseph Lieberman. LA Convention 2000 was the private corporation specifically created to bring the convention to Los Angeles,
and David Geffen, Eli Broad, and William Wardlaw served as its co-chairs. LA Convention 2000 and LA HOST were responsible
for hosting the convention. The Los Angeles law firm of Reed and Davidson served as the legal representative for these two
organizations, jointly known as LA 2000.
29 archival document boxes, 13 flat files
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