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In 1977, Jimmy Carter became the first president to set out by foot for more than a mile on the route to the White House in Washington. Carter…

Lyndon B. Johnson was the first and only president to take the oath of office on an airplane, after John F. Kennedy was assassinated Nov. 22, …

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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."