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Speakers: Democratic National Convention

The Democratic National Committee is gathering in Charlotte, North Carolina, to officially nominate its candidate to the 2012 presidential election. Below is a list of speakers scheduled to appear for each of the three days of the convention, released by the DNC.

Tuesday, September 4

"Americans Coming Together"

Starting at 5 p.m.

  • Call to order
  • Chair of the DNC Debbie Wasserman Schultz
  • CEO of Democratic National Convention Committee Stephen Kerrigan
  • Bishop Vashti McKenzie
  • Mayor Julian Castro (San Antonio, Texas)
  • Attorney General Kamala Harris (California)
  • Gov. Martin O'Malley (Maryland)
  • Mayor Antonio Villaraigosa (Los Angeles, California)
  • Rep. Steny Hoyer (Maryland)
  • Andrew Tobias, DNC treasurer
  • Alice Germond, DNC secretary

6 p.m.

  • Rep. Barbara Lee (California)
  • Lt. Gen. Claudia Kennedy (Ret.)
  • Mayor Cory Booker (Newark, New Jersey)
  • Gov. Bev Perdue (North Carolina)
  • Ryan Case
  • Mary Kay Henry, international president of Service Employees International Union
  • Rep. Charles Gonzalez (Texas)
  • Rep. Nydia Velazquez (New York)
  • Gov. Pat Quinn (Illinois)
  • Firefighter Doug Stern (Cincinnati, Ohio)
  • Former Virginia Gov. Tim Kaine, U.S. Senate candidate

7 p.m.

  • Mayor Anthony Foxx (Charlotte, North Carolina)
  • Sen. Harry Reid (Nevada)
  • Ken Salazar
  • Joe Kennedy III, U.S. congressional candidate (Massachusetts)
  • Former Rep. Robert Wexler

8 p.m.

  • Mayor R.T. Rybak (Minneapolis, Minnesota)
  • Rep. Jared Polis (Colorado)
  • Maria Ciano
  • Nancy Keenan, president of NARAL Pro-Choice America
  • Nate Davis
  • Tammy Duckworth, U.S. congressional candidate (Illinois)
  • Gov. Lincoln Chafee (Rhode Island)
  • Rep. James Clyburn (South Carolina)
  • Stacey Lihn
  • Rep. Xavier Becerra (California)

9 p.m.

  • Former Gov. Ted Strickland (Ohio)
  • Kathleen Sebelius
  • Mayor Rahm Emanuel (Chicago, Illinois)
  • Kal Penn
  • Craig Robinson and Maya Soetoro-ng
  • Lilly Ledbetter
  • Gov. Deval Patrick (Massachusetts)

10 p.m.

  • Gov. Martin O'Malley (Maryland)
  • Joaquin Castro, U.S. congressional candidate (Texas)
  • Mayor Julian Castro (San Antonio, Texas)
  • Elaine Brye
  • First lady Michelle Obama

Wednesday, September 5

Starting at 5 p.m.

  • Call to order: Mayor Antonio Villaraigosa
  • Rep. Luis Gutierrez (Illinois)
  • Rep. Diana DeGette (Colorado)
  • John Perez, California State Assembly speaker
  • Mayor Thomas Menino (Boston, Massachusetts)
  • Rep. Judy Chu (California)
  • Steve Westly, former California state controller
  • Rep. John Larson (Connecticut)
  • Ken Myers, deputy sheriff (Carroll County, Iowa)

6 p.m.

  • Richard Trumka, AFL-CIO president
  • Rep. Steve Israel (New York)
  • Sen. Patty Murray (Washington)
  • Rep. Pedro Pierluisi (Puerto Rico)
  • Tom Steyer, Advanced Energy Economy co-founder
  • Sen. Charles Schumer (New York)
  • Rep. Karen Bass (California)
  • Rep. Al Green (Texas)
  • Rep. Emanuel Cleaver (Missouri)
  • Gov. Dannel Malloy (Connecticut)

7 p.m.

  • Denise Juneau, Montana Office of Public Instruction superintendent
  • Rep. Nancy Pelosi (California)
  • Tom Vilsack
  • Sen. Barbara Mikulski (Maryland)
  • Arne Duncan
  • Johanny Adames
  • Jim Hunt, former North Carolina governor
  • Harvey Gantt, former mayor of Charlotte, North Carolina

8 p.m.

  • Elizabeth Ann "Libby" Bruce
  • Cecile Richards, Planned Parenthood Federation of America president
  • Rep. Steny Hoyer (Maryland)
  • Rep. Barney Frank (Massachusetts)
  • Ed Meagher
  • Gen. Eric Shinseki
  • Mayor Michael Nutter (Philadelphia, Pennsylvania)
  • Gov. John Hickenlooper (Colorado)
  • Simone Campbell, NETWORK executive director
  • Gov. Jack Markell (Delaware)

9 p.m.

  • Karen Mills
  • Bull Butcher
  • Kamala Harris, California attorney general
  • Benita Veliz
  • Cristina Saralegui
  • Sandra Fluke
  • Austin Ligon, Co-founder and retired CEO of CarMax
  • Karen Eusanio
  • Bob King, UAW president
  • Randy Johnson, Cindy Hewitt and David Foster
  • Rep. Chris Van Hollen (Maryland)

10 p.m.

  • Jim Sinegal, Costco founder and former CEO
  • Elizabeth Warren, U.S. Senate candidate (Massachusetts)
  • Mayor Antonio Villaraigosa
  • President Bill Clinton

Thursday, September 6

Starting at 4:30 p.m.

  • Sen. Kay Hagan (North Carolina)
  • Lt. Gov. Walter Dalton (North Caolina)
  • Rep. G.K. Butterfield (North Caolina)
  • Rep. David Price (North Caolina)
  • Rep. Mel L. Watt (North Caolina)
  • James Rogers, CEO Duke Energy
  • Call to Order: Mayor Antonio R. Villaraigosa
  • Carol Berman
  • Rep. Donna F. Edwards (Maryland)
  • Rep. Barney Frank (Massachusetts)
  • Harvey Gantt, former Mayor of Charlotte, North Carolina

6 p.m.

  • Rep. John Lewis (Georgia)
  • Jason Crow
  • Rep. Debbie Wasserman Schultz (Florida)
  • Mayor Antonio R. Villaraigosa (Los Angeles, California)
  • Rep. Tammy Baldwin (Wisconsin)
  • Mayor Michael Nutter (Philadelphia, Pennsylvania)
  • Zach Wahls

7 p.m.

  • Jim Messina (Campaign Manager, Obama for America)
  • Kenyetta Jones, Ryan Case, Ed Meagher, Martha Figueroa, Lucas Beenken, Rob Hach
  • Mayor Antonio R. Villaraigosa
  • Beau Biden
  • Rep. James E. Clyburn (South Carolina)
  • Scarlett Johansson and Kerry Washington

8 p.m.

  • Caroline Kennedy
  • Rep. Xavier Becerra (California)
  • Former Gov. Jennifer Granholm (Michigan)
  • Eva Longoria
  • Gov. Brian Schweitzer (Montana)
  • Former Gov. Charlie Crist, Jr. (Florida)
  • Sen. John Kerry (Massachusetts)

9 p.m.

  • Admiral John B. Nathman, U.S. Navy, Retired
  • Angie Flores
  • Dr. Jill Biden
  • Vice President Joe Biden

10 p.m.

  • Sen. Dick Durbin (Illinois)
  • President Barack Obama

Source: Democratic National Convention