Republican party nixes 3D Ronald Reagan at RNC
TAMPA, Fl. (KGO) -- What voters didn't see in Tampa this week was Ronald Reagan, or at least a hologram of the Republican icon.
An Ohio tech company is developing a 3D image of the late president giving a speech. Originally, there were plans to debut it outside the convention hall, but there was resistance from within the Republican party.
Some thought a projection of Reagan would overshadow their presidential nominee Mitt Romney.
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