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First Lady Michelle Obama acknowledges the audience at the Time Warner Cable Arena in Charlotte, North Carolina, on September 4, 2012 on the first day of the Democratic National Convention (DNC). (BRENDAN SMIALOWSKI/AFP/Getty Images)
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Live from #DNC2012, MacKenzie on Michelle's energy, anti-abortion protesters & the lack of free coffee (Q&A)

GlobalPost hosts a Twitter Q&A with correspondent Jean MacKenzie, who is at the Democratic National Convention in Charlotte.

GlobalPost hosted a Twitter question-and-answer Wednesday with correspondent Jean MacKenzie, who is in Charlotte, North Carolina, covering the Democratic National Convention.

MacKenzie answered questions on the mood at the convention, why the location of President Obama's speech has changed and how issues such as reproductive rights and foreign policy are being handled.

What questions do you still have for MacKenzie concerning the DNC? Leave them in the comments section below, and we'll get them to her.

See last week's Q&A with MacKenzie from Tampa.

Here's GlobalPost's complete coverage of the 2012 US election.