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RICHMOND — After a year of enduring the rampage of a life-changing virus, every tiny indication of “normal” gets noticed.
Over the last 18 months, Adams native Jessica Lucia has helped shape the political campaigns of President-elect Joe Biden and newly-elected Georgia Sen. Jon Ossoff.
Lucia was part of the design team that created the blue and yellow design (maybe you've seen it?) — dubbed the "victory gradient" — used on graphics flanking the stage the night Biden and Vice President-elect Kamala Harris made their acceptance speeches in Wilmington, Del. The gradient was also used on graphics featuring images of Biden and Harris announcing them as President-elect and Vice President-elect, and on graphics featuring the slogan, "A Presidency for All Americans."