Another big night. More supporters in Hillary Clinton's corner are set to hit the stage during day three of the Democratic National Convention in Philadelphia on Wednesday, July 27. The theme is "Working Together."
As previously reported, the former secretary of state, 68, was in New York when she was officially named the Democratic presidential nominee on Tuesday. Her husband, former president Bill Clinton, and daughter, Chelsea Clinton, cheered her on from the Wells Fargo Center at the time.
Us Weekly is following the political event all week. Below, see a list of the speakers who will address delegates on day three of the DNC.
President Barack Obama (between 10 p.m. and 11 p.m.)
Obama's address is the main event of the night. On Tuesday, Principal Deputy Press Secretary Eric Schultz previewed what the commander in chief will discuss at the podium.
"I think he will talk about what the country has accomplished together since then. What the grit, ingenuity and determination of the American people have achieved over the last eight years," Schultz said at a White House briefing. "Whether that's coming back from the brink of economic collapse to the longest stretch of private-sector job growth in the nation’s history, or whether that's changing the way the world views the United States for the better.
"As you've heard from him over the past few weeks, the president has been candid on why he thinks electing the Republican nominee is a risky path for the United States," he continued. "The president is aware of the importance of the speech. Obviously the national conventions come around once every four years. They are a high-profile moment. And the president believes, as he’s said, the stakes are high in this campaign."
First Lady Michelle Obama previously gave a moving speech at the DNC on Monday. She spoke about raising their daughters, Malia, 18, and Sasha, 15; Hillary cracking the glass ceiling; and how the children of future generations deserve and need Hillary in the White House.
Vice President Joe Biden (between 9 p.m. and 10 p.m.)
Biden, who previously mulled over the idea of running in this year's election, will also be in the spotlight. Last month, he officially endorsed Hillary during the American Constitution Society convention. "In my view, God willing, it’ll be Secretary Clinton," he said in Washington at the time. Additionally, he said that GOP presidential nominee Donald Trump is unable to be "trusted to respect the independence of the judiciary as president."
Tim Kaine (between 10 p.m. and 11 p.m.)
Hillary's vice presidential nominee will be front and center at the DNC. The former first lady announced Kaine as her pick on July 22. The following day, the Virginia senator took over Hillary's Instagram account and shared a series of photos of the running mates.
"I’m feeling a lot of things today — most of all, gratitude," he captioned one pic. "I’m grateful to Hillary for the trust she's placed in me, to our country, which has given me so much, and to Americans across the country who have poured their hearts into this campaign. Hillary is the opposite of Donald Trump. She doesn’t insult people — she listens to them. She doesn’t deride our allies — she respects them. And she’ll always have our backs."
Additional Day Three Speakers
Others who are set to address the crowd include Orlando shooting survivors Brandon Wolf and Jose Arriagada, Charleston church shooting survivors Felicia Sanders and Polly Sheppard, former New York City mayor Michael Bloomberg, Rev. Jesse Jackson and Dr. Jill Biden.
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