Still waiting for my text message from the Obama camp as I prepare to leave for Denver and the Democratic National Convention, which officially begins Monday.
Will be staying with the Oklahoma delegation and plan to be blogging regularly.
The delegation is a mix of political pros and novices fired up for the historic nomination of Obama.
But a couple of the delegates are also honoring Oklahoma history, recognizing the presidential run of native son Will Rogers in 1928.
Delegates Joe Carter and Tim Mauldin will be presenting the Will Rogers Platform for America at the convention to honor the man who once said he didn’t belong to an organized party since he was a Democrat.
Gov. Brad Henry, who is also attending the convention, issued a proclamation designating this Monday as Will Rogers for President Day.