Villaraigosa Chair of the 2012 Democratic National Convention Committee Mayor of Los Angeles Invocation Reverend Gabriel Salguero President, National Latino Evangelical Coalition Presentation of Colors American Legion Post 400 of Charlotte, North Carolina Darrell B.
What does DNCC stand for?
DNCC stands for Democratic National Convention Committee
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- Damage Needs and Capacity Assessment
- Delaware North Companies Australia
- Demarest Nature Center Association
- Dickinson Narrows Civic Association (Philadelphia, Pennsylvania)
- Digital Network for Community Advocacy
- Disaster Needs and Capabilities Assessment
- Dual Nested Complex Approximation
- Dunwoody North Civic Association (Georgia)
- Domiciliary Nursing Care Benefit (Australia)
- Deployed Network Control Center
- Distributed Network Control Center
- District NGO (Non-Governmental Organization) Coordination Committee (Nepal)
- Doernbecher Neonatal Care Center (Oregon)
- DSM Nanjing Chemical Company (joint venture; Netherlands and China)
- Defense National Communications Control Center
- Definitely Not Collectable Card Game
- Dirección Nacional de Control de Drogas (Spanish, Dominican Republic)
- Direction Nationale de Contrôle de Drogues (French: National Directorate of Drug Control; Haiti)
- Developing Nation Children Foundation (Coventry, West Midlands, England, UK)
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NYSE: LVLT) said it has been selected by the Democratic National Convention Committee to be the Official Media and Technology Provider for the 2012 Democratic National Convention in Charlotte, N.
Prior to that appointment, she served as chief of staff and vice chair of the Democratic National Committee in 1988, and was the chief executive of the 1991-92 Democratic National Convention Committee.
Janet Green, director of Convention Housing, said the Democratic National Convention Committee (DNCC), made a whopping 20,000 hotel reservations for delegates, guests and media in 68 different hotels throughout Manhattan.