Politicon announces lineup including Comey, Hannity, Priebus

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The line-up for the fifth annual Politicon was announced Tuesday. Organizers for the Oct. 26 and 27 event in Nashville say it will "bring together some of the biggest names in politics and entertainment for an unorthodox and highly entertaining weekend of political discourse."

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According to a promotional site for the convention, of which The Hill is a media sponsor, attendees can "get up close and personal with political heavyweights (and maybe even interact with a few of history's greatest leaders), while reveling in endless humor and exhilarating conversation."