More ambitious staging helps candidates and parties sharpen their pitch Once upon a time, staging a political campaign event meant lighting enough torches for a decent torchlight parade. As recently as 1992, third-party presidential candidate Ross Perot managed to command national attention using nothing more than basic flip charts. Those days are gone, however. Today, political campaign rallies, fundraisers, and other events are making use of sophisticated audio and video technologies as ...

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