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As they gather in Philadelphia Monday to nominate Hillary Clinton, Democrats plan to take a lessons, if not outright direction, from their playbook for defeating the last wealthy Republican nominee, Mitt Romney.
Four years ago, Barack Obama relentlessly caricatured Romney as an out-of-touch millionaire, who could not relate to the needs and concerns of ordinary workers.
Good fun could be had by all at a carnival-themed event hosted by the Republican Party in Philadelphia Sunday. There were bean-bag throws, a prize wheel and even a jumbo-sized version of Connect Four. One problem: the games were rigged so that Hillary Clinton won every time.
That’s because the Republican Party was targeting a new voter base: ultra-liberal Bernie Sanders supporters.
More than 1,000 people joined Hollywood stars including Shailene Woodley, Susan Sarandon and Danny Glover in Philadelphia last night on the eve of the Democratic National Convention and vowed to keep fighting for climate and environmental justice issues, even though their preferred presidential candidate would not be driving the party's agenda.