Can’t you just feel the excitement in the air? Can’t you just feel the Winds of Change starting to blow? Can’t you just feel the love? That’s right, kids…it’s UNITY DAY!

Barack Obama and Hillary Clinton, hot on the heels of their “nono, we’re cool now” joint event in Washington last night, will be conducting a joint rally in Unity, New Hampshire—where each received, in January’s primary, exactly 107 votes (yep, unity’s best served with a side of equality)—at 1:00 this afternoon. What will they say to each other? And, perhaps more importantly, what will their body language say? Will there be subtle snubs? We can hardly wait to find out!

We’ll keep you updated on this groundbreaking and utterly newsworthy event as it happens.

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Megan Garber is an assistant editor at the Nieman Journalism Lab at Harvard University. She was formerly a CJR staff writer.