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Elephants everywhere at the GOP convention

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Pat Tippett of Baxley, Georgia and Linda Dennison of Blackshear, Georgia, wear GOP logo cut-off jean jackets with matching blue hats during the Republican National Convention, Aug. 29.

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Brittany Edwards of West Memphis, Arkansas shows off her GOP logo tattoo on her foot that she's had for five years during the Republican National Convention, Aug. 29.

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A Republican delegate wears an elephant hat during the roll call vote on the floor of the Republican National Convention, Aug. 28.

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Elephant pins are on display for sale in the GOP gift shop during the Republican National Convention Aug. 29.

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A delegate wearing a quilt shirt walks to her seat at the Republican National Convention in Tampa, Florida, August 28.

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Republicans gather in Tampa, Florida to officially nominate Mitt Romney and his running mate, Paul Ryan, as the party's candidates for the 2012 presidential election.

The elephant, a symbol of the Republican party, is another popular accessory at the Republican National Convention. Attendees could be spotted with the animal on their heads, feet, backs and lapels. 

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