DNC picks the host city for its 2020 convention
By Matt Collins Article may include affiliate links
The Democratic National Committee has selected Milwaukee, Wisconsin, as the site of its 2020 national convention.
- The midwestern city on the shores of Lake Michigan is in a state that Donald Trump narrowly snagged in 2016.
- By picking a location in the midwest, the DNC is also sending a subtle message to midwestern voters — that it wants their support.
- Here’s the stage design the Democrats used in 2016. The convention was in Philadelphia that year.
- The GOP previously announced Charlotte, North Carolina as its pick for its convention.
- It used this set design for its convention in Cleveland in 2016.
- The DNC and RNC used different design approaches to their stage designs in 2016.
- Both parties’ conventions are heavily covered by both network and cable news, who typically have considerable on-the-ground presence in the host cities.
- North Carolina notably passed an anti-LGBTQ bill, causing media giant Netflix to pull production out of the state.
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