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4:51 p.m.: With the DNC cleanup well underway, and the Democratic nominee en route to Harrisburg, we officially conclude our live-blog coverage of the #DNCinPhilly.  We'll close with an epitaph from our colleagues at Clout: So long, Democrats ... 

2:33 p.m.: A small contingent of Bernie Sander supporters remains at FDR Park.

2:22 p.m.: Hillary Clinton and running mate Tim Kaine launched the last 100 days of the presidential campaign with an afternoon rally at Temple University. They are now set to start a bus tour across Pennsylvania and Ohio, including an expected stop later Friday at a K'nex factory in Hatfield, Montgomery County (They're not the first high-profile politicians to visit the toy company: President Obama made a stop there after winning reelection in 2012 to pitch his plan for extending middle-class tax cuts).

1:48 p.m.: Hillary Clinton ends her remarks with a brief reference her nomination's history-making status.

1:45 p.m.: Hillary Clinton on the months ahead:

1:41 p.m. Hillary Clinton draws a contrast with Donald Trump and her touts upcoming bus trip (which will include a stop at a Hatfield company).

1:35 p.m.: Hillary Clinton gets started:

1:29 p.m.: Hillary Clinton takes the stage at Temple and begins her remarks by thanking and praising Philadelphia: "You know a little something about history, and making history."

1:28 p.m.: Tim Kaine speaks at the Temple rally.

1:23 p.m.: SEPTA says a transit police officer who used pepper spray on a protester earlier this week was justified in his actions.

1:14 p.m.: After a long break in speakers at the rally, Pennsylvania Sen. Bob Casey takes the stage to introduce "the Clinton family and the Kaine family."

12:57 p.m.: Meanwhile, DNC souvenir sales go on.

12:07 p.m.: Also speaking before Hillary Clinton takes the stage at Temple: Democratic Senate candidate Katie McGinty and Josh Shapiro, the Democratic nominee for state attorney general.

11:58 a.m.: Balloon update from the Wells Fargo Center:

11:55 a.m.: The mayor speaks at the rally.

11:52 a.m.: Bobby Hill, the boy soprano who charmed Pope Francis and the nation in September and sang the National Anthem at the Wells Fargo Center earlier this week, sang the Star-Spangled Banner again at the Hillary Clinton rally.

11:46 a.m.: A closer look at the Wells Fargo Center clean-up:

11:35 a.m.: In her speech Thursday night, Hillary Clinton said: "That's why 'Stronger Together' is not just a lesson from our history, it's not just a slogan for our campaign, it's a guiding principle for the country we've always been, and the future we're going to build."

11:18 a.m.: A preview of the venue for this afternoon's Hillary Clinton rally, as the crowd continues to file in at McGonigle Hall.

11:11 a.m.: The party's still going.

10:45 a.m.: Today's Clout poll:

10:43 a.m.: Want to follow the Hillary Clinton rally on Snapchat? We've got you covered.

10:38 a.m.: The Wells Fargo Center is being transformed from a convention site back to a sports arena. Crews working overnight have swept up signs, balloons and debris, and packed up equipment. Once the floor seats are dismantled, construction will be intense inside the building.

10:27 a.m.: The stage is set at McGonigle Hall.

10:25 a.m.: For some pre-rally analysis:

10:17 a.m.: Follow @LMcCrystal and @AndrewSeidman for updates from the Hillary Clinton and Tim Kaine rally at Temple.

10:03 a.m.: The scene at Temple:

9:26 a.m.: TV alert:

8:57 a.m.: The line is growing outside Temple's McGonigle Hall, where Hillary Clinton and running mate Tim Kaine will hold a noon rally.

8:54 a.m.: Philadelphia's top cop on Friday morning praised his department's work during the convention. Over the four days, 103 people received local citations (for disorderly conduct and obstruction) and 11 were arrested on federal charges of entering a restricted area. No major confrontations between police and protesters occurred.

8:11 a.m.: Still catching up on the convention's final night? Here's what you need to know. Politico's takeaways from Hillary Clinton's speech: It was a pretty good speech – but was it good enough? Clinton needs a post-convention bounce. The Democrats' theme: Don't worry – but don't be quite so happy. "Hillary" the movie was as good as Hillary Live. She's on her own now. New York Times takeaways: Clinton's been around, and maybe that's O.K. She's not done courting Sanders voters. Democrats will keep talking about Donald Trump's proposed Muslim ban. There's another "law and order" franchise. Clinton has shattered a glass ceiling. Washington Post: Winners were Khizr Khan, Hillary Clinton, Chelsea Clinton and Emanuel Cleaver. Losers were Andrew Cuomo, Nancy Pelosi, the "Bernie or bust" crowd, C-SPAN's Hillary countdown clock and four-day conventions.

7:59 a.m.: The tear-down is continuing at the Wells Fargo Center.

7:13 a.m. The arena is set at Temple University for noon's Clinton-Kaine rally.

7:08 a.m.: Anyone driving out of Philadelphia today should be prepared for rain and possible flooding. The rain was also causing some delays at the airport.

6:56 a.m.: Today's front pages:

6:39 a.m.: finds that Hillary Clinton made some misleading claims in her acceptance speech, stretching the truth on income inequality, job growth, spending and other topics.

6:22 a.m.: At least one person has already gotten in line for Hillary Clinton's noon rally at Temple.

6:06 a.m.: The Philadelphia International Airport is warning travelers to expect longer lines.

6:04 a.m.: Clean up is already underway at the Wells Fargo Center.

6:01 a.m.: Commercial vehicles that weigh more than five tons can now drive on I-95 between Exits 13 and 22.

5:55 a.m.: Hillary Clinton's rally at Temple University's McGonigle Hall could snarl morning and early-afternoon traffic near the North Philadelphia school. The rally, originally planned for Independence Mall, was moved indoors due to the threat of rain.

5:45 a.m. Philadelphia Police reported that as of 10:45 p.m. Thursday, the day's protests were peaceful. No citations were issued and no arrests were made. The four day total of citations issued by the police was 103. Eleven people were arrested on federal charges for allegedly climbing barriers at the Wells Fargo Center and entering restricted areas.

Full DNC coverage is here. For a recap of Thursday's events, check our daytime and evening live blogs.