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Harris accepts vice presidential nomination, making history
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Barack Obama’s return to big political speeches – something he hasn’t really done over the last four years – is stirring up some real nostalgia among some viewers:
Harris officially becomes vice presidential nominee
When Kamala Harris accepts the Democratic vice presidential nomination, she will stand at a podium facing a largely-empty room, filled with only members of the press, production staff and campaign aides.
Signs bearing the names of all 57 states and territories are placed throughout the room and an image of the markers is reflected on the screen behind the podium.
The room, called Wilmington Hall, is inside the Chase Center, a waterfront convention center near Joe Biden’s home.
That’s it! That’s the room where history will be made tonight.