Adland's 39 best tweets about the Democratic convention

CEOs, digital strategists, and creative directors put in their two cents on Twitter about the DNC in Philly.

Adland's 39 best tweets about the Democratic convention

This past week, adland’s know-it-alls watched as Hillary Clinton broke the glass ceiling at the 2016 Democratic National Convention in Philadelphia, and couldn’t stay quiet. They energized the conversation on Twitter with witty remarks about Bill Clinton, photos of Bernie onesies, memes of eagles and burritos, and gifs of the first woman to receive the nomination for President.

Here are our favorite funny tweets of the DNC convention. (We were surprised to see just as many one-liners from industry peers as last week’s RNC version).

Steve Olson, digital strategist, Clarify Agency 

Rob Schwartz, CEO, TBWA\Chiat\Day NY

Kat Gordon, founder, The 3% Conference

Twitter Moments

Alissa Sheely, director of business development, McKinney

Craig Elimeliah, director of creative technology, North America, VML

Tim Geoghegan, creative director, Tm

Lauren Dukes, program manager, Crowdtap

Daniel Bremmer, creative director, 360i

Kelly Niland, creative director, Kelly Niland Branding & Advertising

Tom Morton, SVP of strategy, R/GA

Richard Ting, EVP; global chief experience officer, R/GA

Alexis Tsotsis, co-editor, TechCrunch

Satbir Singh, founder; CCO, Thinkstr

Brian Morrissey

Anna Beyerle, freelance marketing strategist

Jonathan Gardner, VP of communications, Turn

Steven Wolfe Pereira, CMO, Neustar

Carie Cummings, senior editor, Adweek

Mark Szczepanik, creative director, Adcom

Jessica Pels, digital director, Marie Claire

Tom Goodwin, SVP of strategy and innovation, Havas Media

MariaElena Fernandez, TV writer, New York and Vulture

Invisible Obama (Ian Schafer)

Erin Bury, MD, 88 Creative

Rachel Zarrell, director of daily video, MTV News

Josh Zembik, director of media, editorial, American Medical Association

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