Some scenes from Cleveland before the Republican convention
Republican Party of Florida Chairman Blaise Ingoglia checks out the convention floor on Saturday.
Miami Beach resident Bob Kunst, frequently seen outside political events in Florida, traveled to Cleveland with a Hillary Clinton mask to criticize the Democratic nominee.
Members of New Students for a Democratic Society, including Tampa resident Danya Zituni at right, display an anti-Donald Trump sign downtown on Friday.
Vendor from North Dakota selling $20 Donald Trump bobbleheads on a sidewalk near the Quicken Loans Arena.
Who says political discourse has been reduced to sound bites and bumper sticker slogans?
A couple wearing Black Lives Matter shirts outside the Quicken Loans Arena.
Secret Service and other law enforcement personnel are a visible presence in and around the Quicken Loans Arena.