The longest and most expensive presidential primary campaign in history marches into the the Washington DC area for the Potomac Primary.
The remaining Democratic candidates and their surrogates flood the Kennedy Center with their messages.
Republican candidates hammer home their familiar themes in the North Atrium
Voters swing from candidate to candidate as favorites drop out or a new leader in the race is proclaimed
The candidates display discipline to stay "on message" and patiently answer the same questions day after day
Clear differences on some issues
Despite the tireless campaigning, the hard won votes and the millions spent, the final decisions may be in the hands of the Super Delegates.
Venue: The Kennedy Center, Washington DC
Exhibit: Japan! Culture + Hyper Culture