Michelle Obama and Jill Biden will make headlines in the first two nights of the conference, and Joe Biden’s running mate and former President Barack Obama will be in Give a keynote speech on Wednesday night. Biden, introduced by his family, will accept nominations on Thursday night.
Due to security issues related to Covid-19, neither Joe Biden nor his campaign partner-which has not been announced-will not go to the original exhibition site, Milwaukee. Instead, Biden will accept the nomination from Delaware.
The fact that certain names appeared on the list of speeches sparked speculation about who Biden would choose as his running mate. But the status of the speaker is still not fixed, and the name of Biden̵
Monday’s guest speaker lineup included Joe Biden’s supporters of the Democratic parties, including the progressive leader of the Democratic Party Sanders and Klobuchar, who was once the main opponent. (Klobuchar). Former Governor John Kasich (John Kasich), who ran for the Republican presidential candidate in 2016, is also scheduled to speak that night.
Former President Clinton will speak in front of Jill Biden on Tuesday. Famous speakers on Wednesday included a series of female leaders within the Democratic Party, including Speaker of the House of Representatives Nancy Pelosi, former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton and Warren, who facilitated the nomination of female vice presidential candidates, and former President Barack Obama’s Closing speech.
Former presidential candidates, Senators Cory Booker and Kamala Harris, and former South Bend, Indiana Mayor Pete Buttigieg, are scheduled for the week On the four nights, he gave speeches in front of Joe Biden, California Governor Gavin Newsom and Illinois Senator Tammy Duckworth.
Monday’s lineup also includes Senator Catherine Cortez-Masto, Governor Andrew Cuomo, Senator Doug Jones, Benny Thompson of Mississippi and Gwen Moore of Milwaukee. Biden’s longtime confidant and House majority, Jim Clayburn, and potential vice presidential pick, Michigan Governor Gretchen Whitmer, will all speak on Monday.
On Tuesday night, other speakers included former Acting Attorney General Sally Yates, Senator Chuck Schumer, former Secretary of State John Kerry, and Biden’s campaign co-op Lisa Blunt from Delaware. · Rochester. Governor Tony Evers, Governor Michelle Lujan Grisham and Gabrielle Giffords will speak on Wednesday.
Thursday’s speakers included Mayor Keisha Lance Bontos, Wisconsin Senator Tammy Baldwin and Biden’s old friend Chris Kuhns. Chris Kuhns replaced Biden from the Senate of Delaware after he became Vice President.