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Conventional Wisdom:A graphic look at RNC 2012

The Tampa Bay Times is producing a series of graphics that tell the story of the 2012 Republican National Convention in facts and figures. The series will continue through August, when the Republican National Convention delegates arrive in Tampa.

The Graphics Series
Weather in Tampa Bay in August can turn dangerous. Here's what to watch for during the Republican National Convention Aug. 27-30.
Greetings from Tampa Bay - Home of the Mystery Monkey (plus a host of other weird and wacky wonders)
We explore in a general way some of the protesters and participants you can expect to see during the 2012 Republican National Convention in Tampa.

For better or for worse, Tampa , host city to the 2012 RNC, has a reputation as a mecca for adult entertainment. We take a look at some of the facts and figures and let you be the judge.
From road work to tree plantings to dramatic light installations, Tampa is putting on its best face for the 2012 RNC crowds (and media and its cameras) that will arrive in late August.
A look at how hot it really is in Tampa in August, how it affects the body and what RNC and Tampa organizers are doing to keep things cool and calm.

From a 16,000-pound armored SWAT truck to segways, cotton uniforms and pay for 3,500 law enforcement officers, we offer a visual breakdown of how the $50 million federal grant for security is being spent.
Welcome to Florida, Republican conventioneers. Let's not mince words: You are in the most important state in America.
A graphic look at the delegates, venues and costs of the Democratic National Convention in Charlotte, N.C.


Tampa Bay Times Guide to RNC 2012

The 2012 Republican National Convention is coming to Tampa, FL, and the Tampa Bay Times and are covering the GOP campaign trail leading up to it.

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