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Witnessing History: Getting Tickets To See The Impeachment Trial In Person

Members of the public can watch the impeachment trial of President Trump in person if they are able to get tickets from their senator.
Mary Finn and Aidan Hollinger-Miles with their tickets to watch the impeachment trial. (Courtesy)

You don’t have to be an elected official, lawyer or journalist to witness the impeachment trial of President Trump in person.

Regular folks can either try for guaranteed seats from their senator or take a chance waiting in line at the U.S. Capitol in Washington, D.C.

Each senator is allotted three tickets for each day of the trial. Democratic Sen. Jeff Merkley of

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