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  • Doodle It Live: Convention Guest Drawings

    Vanity Fair's Todd Purdum drew the state of Illinois, his home state. Purdum was a guest on the ABC News/Yahoo News RNC live show Thursday, August 30, 2012.
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    Wisconsin Sen. Ron Johnson wrote, "Fight For Freedom" on the ABC News/Yahoo News doodle pad. He was a guest on the RNC live show Thursday, August 30, 2012.
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    Frequent "This Week" guest Donna Brazile was a guest on the ABC News/Yahoo News RNC live show. She wrote a note that gave a nod to the RNC house band, "It's the music! Hear the beat and dance?"
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  • Doodle It Live: Convention Guest Drawings

    Uber CEO Travis Kalanick told ABC News/Yahoo News about the car service, Uber, serving guests at the RNC. He wrote, "@uber @theRNC."
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    Illinois Rep. Peter Roskam wrote a message referring to his home state of Illinois, telling the ABC News/Yahoo News convention live show that he was glad he's from the "Land 'o Lincoln."
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  • Doodle It Live: Convention Guest Drawings

    Wisconsin Rep. Cathy McMorris Rodgers told ABC News/Yahoo News that the Romney campaign was already preparing for a lame duck session. She wrote, "Go Mitt!" on the doodle pad.
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  • Doodle It Live: Convention Guest Drawings

    Senate Minority Leader and Mitch McConnell of Kentucky signed his name on the doodle pad on the ABC News/Yahoo News RNC live show Thursday, August 30, 2012.
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    Former Minnesota Gov. Tim Pawlenty wrote, "Mitt will rock tonight!" on the ABC News/Yahoo News doodle pad. He was a guest on the RNC live show Thursday August 30, 2012.
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  • Doodle It Live: Convention Guest Drawings

    Comedy Central's Jason Jones, who was poked by a woman with a cane while on the ABC News/Yahoo News RNC live show, wrote, "I am not a joke."
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  • Doodle It Live: Convention Guest Drawings

    Newt Gingrich drew a heart with cupid's arrow with America written at the bottom to illustrate his love for America. His wife Callista, who was in the booth with him on the ABC News/Yahoo! News live show, said she was OK with it.
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  • Doodle It Live: Convention Guest Drawings

    Tea party Texas senate candidate Ted Cruz wrote, "Always stand for LIBERTY!" and signed his name
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  • Doodle It Live: Convention Guest Drawings

    Wisconsin Gov. Scott Walker signed the ABC News/Yahoo! News RNC live show's photo tablet during his appearance on Wednesday, August 29, 2012.
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  • Doodle It Live: Convention Guest Drawings

    Former presidential candidate Rick Santorum signed the photo tablet, and by way of explanation said, "I'm not a doodler!" He also gave some advice for Mitt Romney's speech, saying "If I were the Romney speech writer, I would write something that would make him get emotional."
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  • Doodle It Live: Convention Guest Drawings

    Former Comptroller Dave Walker did his rendition of the American flag with a quote, "Go America."
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  • Doodle It Live: Convention Guest Drawings

    Former New York City Mayor Rudy Giuliani was asked what America means to him on the ABC News/Yahoo! News convention live show. He responded by doodling, "this convention represents the hope that we can put America on the course of growth and prosperity."
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  • Doodle It Live: Convention Guest Drawings

    MTV's Andrew Jenks drew his signature with a question mark. The question mark represents his question: "What are the young people going to do in this election? Are they going to turn out?"
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  • Doodle It Live: Convention Guest Drawings

    Illinois Rep. Aaron Schock drew the states of Wisconsin and Illinois with a dumbbell next to it, representing his relationship with his workout buddy, Wisconsin Rep. Paul Ryan. About his drawing, Schock said, "Paul Ryan is going to work."
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  • Doodle It Live: Convention Guest Drawings

    Maryland Rep. Chris Van Hollen wrote of his experience at the RNC, "[I] am in the lions' den. Haven't been eaten yet."
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    Colorado GOP Chairman Ryan Call drew a picture of Colorado, a key battle ground state in the 2012 election. He said 2012 is "a big election about big ideas."
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  • Doodle It Live: Convention Live Show Guest Drawings

    Oklahoma GOP delegate Heather Alvarez drew her home state on the ABC News convention live show doodle pad Tuesday, August 28, 2012.
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  • Convention Live Show Guest Doodles

    Utah Senator Orrin Hatch wrote 'To ABC - You're Great' during his appearance on the ABC News convention live show Tuesday, August 28, 2012.
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  • Convention Live Show Guest Doodles

    Robert Gibbs, an adviser to President Obama, drew his home state of Alabama and wrote, 'Are we in Charlotte?!' The Democratic National Convention is there the week after the Republican convention in Tampa.
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  • Convention Live Show Guest Doodles

    ABC News' Matthew Dowd drew his home state of Michigan, the shape of a mitten with a blob on top to represent the Upper Peninsula, on the RNC live show Tuesday, August 28, 2012.
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  • Convention Live Show Guest Doodles

    Mary Phillips Sandy from Comedy Central's 'Indecision' drew her impression of Mitt Romney's tax returns, Tuesday, August 28, 2012.
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  • Convention Live Show Guest Doodles

    Univision's Mariana Atencio wrote "ABC/Univision," a nod to the new joint venture between ABC News and Univision. She was guest on the convention live show Tuesday, August 28, 2012.
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  • Convention Live Show Guest Doodles

    Jason Rzepka of "Fantasy Election '12" wrote an encouraging message on the doodle pad during his appearance on the ABC News/Yahoo! News convention live show on Tuesday, August 28, 2012.
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  • Convention Live Show Guest Doodles

    Jack Blades, who plays in the RNC house band and was a member of the '80s rock group Night Ranger, wrote "Rock n Roll" as his doodle. He was a guest on the ABC News/Yahoo! News convention live show Tuesday, August 28, 2012.
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  • Convention Live Show Guest Doodles

    House Majority Leader Eric Cantor drew his home state of Virginia, which he labeled as "Romney-Ryan country" in his doodle. The Romney and Obama campaigns have both called Virginia a battleground state. Cantor was a guest on the ABC News/Yahoo! News live show on Tuesday, August 28, 2012.
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  • Convention Live Show Guest Doodles

    ABC News' Cecilia Vega drew a pair of ruby slippers, a reference to Kansas, which she talked about during an appearance on the ABC News/Yahoo News live convention show Tuesday, August 28, 2012.
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  • Convention Live Show Guest Doodles

    RNC communications director Sean Spicer wrote, "Virginia is for Romney!" Virginia is a key battleground state in the 2012 election. He was a guest on the ABC News/Yahoo! News convention live show Monday, August 27, 2012.
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  • Convention Live Show Guest Doodles

    Rep. Jason Chaffetz, R-Utah, wrote, "Go Mitt Go!" Chaffetz, a friend of vice-presidential candidate Paul Ryan, was a guest on the convention live show Monday, Aug. 27, 2012.
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  • Convention Live Show Guest Doodles

    Olivier Knox, the Yahoo! News White House correspondent, played meteorologist and drew what he said was the path of Tropical Storm Isaac on Monday, Aug. 27, 2012. Isaac later grew to hurricane strength.
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  • Convention Live Show Guest Doodles

    Diane Sawyer, the ABC 'World News' anchor, drew a picture of her home state of Kentucky on Monday, August 27, 2012. Her full name is Lila Diane Sawyer.
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