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At The Democratic Convention, Choreographing A Sea Of Signs

news.wjct.org — If you've been watching the Democratic National Convention in Philadelphia on TV, you've probably seen it happen a few times already: Every few minutes, a fresh wave of brightly colored signs - bearing campaign slogans like "Stronger Together" or "Love Trumps Hate" - spreads across the convention floor like wildfire.

The Task Ahead Of Hillary Clinton On The DNC's Final Night

The Task Ahead Of Hillary Clinton On The DNC's Final Night

At The Democratic Convention, Choreographing A Sea Of Signs

wksu.org — If you've been watching the Democratic National Convention in Philadelphia on TV, you've probably seen it happen a few times already: Every few minutes, a fresh wave of brightly colored signs - bearing campaign slogans like "Stronger Together" or "Love Trumps Hate" - spreads across the convention floor like wildfire.

At The Democratic Convention, Choreographing A Sea Of Signs

npr.org — If you've been watching the Democratic National Convention in Philadelphia on TV, you've probably seen it happen a few times already: Every few minutes, a fresh wave of brightly colored signs - bearing campaign slogans like "Stronger Together" or "Love Trumps Hate" - spreads across the convention floor like wildfire.

The Task Ahead Of Hillary Clinton On The DNC's Final Night

With All Eyes On Her, Hillary Clinton Steps Up To The Mound To Make Her Pitch

npr.org — It's the fourth and final night at the Democratic National Convention, and Hillary Clinton is set to take the stage, to accept the nomination and make the case for her White House bid.

On A Night Capped By Obama, Democrats Aim To Stress National Security

npr.org — On the third night of the Democratic National Convention, party officials are rolling out some of their heaviest hitters - including headliner President Obama.

Democrats Kick Off Day 3 Of The DNC, With Obama As Marquee Speaker

npr.org — President Obama will make the case for his former secretary of state, Hillary Clinton, to succeed him in office when he speaks at the Democratic National Convention on Wednesday.

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Jul 28, 2016

it's been a long week. getting my life from this Carol King soundcheck #DemsInPhilly

Jul 26, 2016

RT @RaleighReporter: An easy way to get massive media coverage for your protest is to just walk into our workspace, apparently #DNCinPHL https://t.co/AycQ0YP4h6

Jul 26, 2016

.@moniqueboea Via @NPR: The Clinton Legacy On Fighting Crime And What Democrats Have Learned From It  http://n.pr/2afaGrl 


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