Tri-Chairs Tucker Pribor, Tricia King and Zach Wilkes head back to the Warner Center for the beginning of the final Mock Convention session.
Take a look at these great state delegation T-shirt designs!
Laura Lindsay Tatum's one-of-a-kind pair of Mock Convention cowboy boots made her the envy of her Texas delegation.
Jenny Elmes ’91, owner of Full Circle Catering, kept the speakers and VIPs full and happy.
The Executive Committee poses at the podium before the beginning of the final session.
Everyone breaks out their cell phones to take photos of the Executive Committee.
Henri Hammond-Paul ’12 displays his American flag amongst a group of Ron Paul supporters.
Fred Cooper ’64 begins the final session.
Michael McGuire ’13 sings the national anthem.
Burr Datz ’75, campus minister for Lexington's St. Patrick’s Catholic Church, gives the invocation.
A view of the convention from the rafters.
Production Chair Alex Cummings introduces the 2012 commemorative video.
Speakers Chair SoRelle Peat has the honor of introducing the keynote speaker, Gov. Haley Barbour of Mississippi.
Gov. Haley Barbour approaches the podium.
Gov. Haley Barbour
A catwalk view of Gov. Haley Barbour addressing the crowd.
Gov. Haley Barbour was making his second appearance at Mock Convention.
Gov. Haley Barbour told the convention he was anxious to know who the students were going to choose as the GOP nominee because "I have no idea."
Gov. Haley Barbour was the keynote speaker for the Mock Convention.
New Hampshire State Chair Frank Cullo
The roll call of states had its lighter moments, including Washington chair Mark Sowinski's announcement of the delegation's votes.
Nevada Chair Spencer Frantz announces his delegation's votes.
The candidates look on as the delegate count rises.
Maryland State Chair Kirsten Kyne crabwalks up to the microphone.
The Mississippi delegates are awarded and the crowd goes wild!
Washington D.C. Chair Robert Allan
The delegate count finally crosses the finish line...
and the winner is Gov. Mitt Romney!
Uncle Sam, Abe Lincoln and the candidates had a front row seat for the festivities.
General Chair Tricia King thanks everyone for their hard work.
The Steering Committee takes the stage, listening to Ann Romney give her husband's acceptance speech.
It's over! The Executive Committee shows obvious relief.