NEW YORK - The symbol of Hillary Clinton's presidential campaign has been shattering that proverbial glass ceiling. And on Election Night, she's found one-- literally-- to stand under on what could be the biggest night of her life.
Clinton's Election Night party will take place inside the Javits Center in New York City, a building that is covered in glass-- and yes, that includes the ceiling. In fact, that glass ceiling is why her campaign picked the Javits Center to host the event.
By Tuesday afternoon, preparations were in full swing inside the Javits Center on what was a beautiful day in New York. Sun and blue skies shined through the ceiling, and press risers were already packed. The stage where Clinton and Tim Kaine are set to appear after returns come in was still being prepped.
Doors to the Javits Center are expected to open at 6 pm, with heavy security in place for those in attendance.
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