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Thanksgiving Day march is mangle from presidential politics, protests

Aaron Newman and Joana Tejada beheld something opposite as they left their Streeterville area home Thursday morning and headed to a downtown Thanksgiving Day parade.

The crowds forward on a Loop weren’t only Cubs fans celebrating a World Series — yet there was some of that — or even domestic protests, a latter a unchanging occurrence in a arise of a election.

Instead, a solid tide of families and groups of friends were firm for State Street to locate a glance of a enormous balloons, equestrian units and marching bands behaving in a parade.

“It’s a sign of normalcy,” conspicuous Newman, 30. “Things are still OK. The good things is still happening.” Despite carrying lived in a Chicago area his whole life, Newman had never been to any city march until he started dating Tejada. The Thanksgiving march has turn a tradition for a couple, who have attended for 3 years running. It “brings a holiday suggestion to life,” conspicuous Tejada, 28.

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