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DNC 2012: Follow The Action On Twitter

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A starring player at this year's Democratic National Convention will be Twitter. Through the use of Twitter and other social media, those not attending the convention will still be able to closely follow all the convention action, from speeches to behind the scenes photos.

We are curating three lists for the conventions. The first is a list of convention delegates who are active on Twitter. The second is a list of journalists who are attending the convention. The third is a list of Democratic Party and Obama campaign officials. Subscribe to the lists on Twitter, or simply follow all the action below:

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