From NBC's Mark Murray
As my NBC colleague Doug Adams just remarked, "Can't you feel the love in the room?"
Indeed, the tone inside the DNC meeting -- although with frequent partisan applause -- has been respectful and pretty unifying so far.
After Clinton representative Arthenia Joyner argued that 1.7 million Floridians voted and their votes should be heard, DNC committee member Allan Katz of Florida, who is backing Obama, said that everyone there -- Clinton and Obama supporter alike -- could agree with. That drew applause from the whole room.
Katz, however, did get Joyner to admit this point: Had the Florida primary been a sanctioned event, perhaps 3 million would have turned out to vote.