Democratic convention of 1960. People gathered outside the Los Angeles Memorial Sports Arena in Los Angeles, California. Delegates inside the convention hall carry banners in support of Lyndon Johnson. Governor Orville L. Freeman proposes Senator John F. Kennedy's name and Senator Eugene Macarty puts forward Johnson's name. Eleanor Roosevelt also supports Johnson. After the voting results are announced. Kennedy wins in a landslide. Kennedy delivers a speech as he thanks the delegates for their support and hopes to live up to their expectations.
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