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Mike Kossuth, an administrative specialist human resources Akron Public Schools (left) interviews David Oravec, Jr. who is seeking a teacher position at an Akron Public Schools Job Fair . (Mike Cardew/Akron Beacon Journal)
Elizabeth Krochka, who is seeking a job as an educational assistant, (left) talks with Gloria Washington, who is seeking a substitute teacher or an educational assistant position, as the wait to be interviewed at an Akron Public Schools Job Fair. (Mike Cardew/Akron Beacon Journal)
Teresa Kossuth, recruitment coordinator human resources Akron Public Schools, (left) thanks a substitute teacher applicant at an Akron Public Schools Job Fair in Akron. (Mike Cardew/Akron Beacon Journal)
Danielle Daniels, who is seeking a position as a substitute teacher, waits to be interviewed at an Akron Public Schools Job Fair in Akron. (Mike Cardew/Akron Beacon Journal)
PHILADELPHIA: Hillary Clinton capped a four-day convention celebration with a plea for national unity and tolerance. Now, one of the most divisive and distrusted figures in American politics must convince voters that she, rather than Republican rival Donald Trump, can bring a deeply divided nation together.