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As the 2012 Republican National Convention draws nearer, we continue to work hard in our preparations to host the 50,000 convention-goers here in the wonderful Tampa Bay area. It’s a great privilege to work for you as we prepare to highlight the Republican Party and our nominee, the next President of the United States.

After months of planning and preparation, it is exciting to see the convention plans take shape – and we want you to join in the excitement. We are planning a world-class Convention that leverages cutting-edge technologies to provide accessibility, community and engagement for people across the country. Please check back here regularly for the most up-to-date information as we prepare to win back the White House in 2012!
Sincerely,

William D. Harris, CEO
Madison Square GardenNew York, NY • July 17, 2012

Incumbent President George W. Bush was re-nominated at the 38th Republican presidential nominating convention held August 30-September 2, 2004 at Madison Square Garden in New York.

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Cleveland Public AuditoriumCleveland, OH • July 17, 2012

The first party presidential nominating convention to be broadcast on radio occurred June 10–12, 1924 as Republicans met at the Public Auditorium in Cleveland, nominating Calvin Coolidge.

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Mercedes-Benz SuperdomeNew Orleans, LA • July 17, 2012

Vice President George H. W. Bush was nominated for president at the 34th Republican National Convention at the Louisiana Superdome, currently know as the Mercedes-Benz Superdome, August 15–18, 1988.

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Academy of MusicPhiladelphia, PA • July 25, 2012

The fifth Republican National convention, which unanimously nominated incumbent President Ulysses S. Grant, was held June 5–6, 1872 at the Academy of Music in Philadelphia.

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Cincinnati Music HallCincinnati, OH • June 13, 2012

The 6th Republican presidential nominating convention was held June 14–16, 1876 at then named Exposition Hall. Governor Rutherford B. Hayes of Ohio was nominated and became America’s 19th president.

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78 places including Academy of Music, Miami Beach Convention Center, Reunion Tower, Philadelphia International Airport (PHL)
72 places including Jannus Live, mise en place, Westshore Yacht Club, Coliseum
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