Update: The city and Secret Service swear up and down the Obama campaign had nothing to do with the decision to close Denver's main drag throughout rush hour (which, as most people know, is more than an hour). True or not, it was the campaign's bright idea to move the speech to the bigger venue (for the people, natch), and that's what made it necessary.
More: It'll all be worth it:
After months of grueling work, the committee hosting the Democratic National Convention has raised the $40.6 million it promised it would — thanks, in some part at least, to the plan to have Barack Obama accept the nomination at Invesco Field at Mile High.
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