Democratic National Convention Schedule

By WND Staff

The whole world won’t be watching as it was at the 1968 Democratic National Convention in Chicago.

Major networks will provide only limited, spot coverage of the Democratic National Convention this week in Boston. However, C-Span will provide gavel-to-gavel coverage of all the speakers.

Here is the complete schedule of events beginning tomorrow:

Monday, July 26
The Kerry-Edwards Plan for America’s Future

  • David Alston, Vietnam Swift Boat Crewmate of John Kerry
  • Tammy Baldwin, U.S. Representative from Wisconsin
  • Jimmy Carter, Former President of the United States
  • Bill Clinton, Former President of the United States
  • Hillary Clinton, U.S. Senator from New York
  • Al Gore, Former Vice-President of the United States
  • Steny Hoyer, U.S. Representative from Maryland, Democratic Whip
  • Terry McAuliffe, Chairman of the Democratic Party
  • Kendrick Meek, U.S. Representative from Florida
  • Robert Menendez, U.S. Representative from New Jersey
  • Thomas Menino, Mayor of Boston
  • Barbara Mikulski, U.S. Senator from Maryland
    (joined by all Women Senators)
  • Stephanie Tubbs Jones, U.S. Representative from Ohio
  • Jim Turner, U.S. Representative from Texas

Tuesday, July 27
A Lifetime of Strength & Service

  • Tom Daschle, U.S. Senator from South Dakota, Democratic Leader
  • Howard Dean, Former Governor of Vermont, 2004 Presidential Candidate
  • Richard Durbin, U.S. Senator from Illinois
  • James Forbes, Senior Minister at Riverside Church, New York City
  • Richard Gephardt, U.S. Representative from Missouri, 2004 Presidential
    Candidate
  • Chris Heinz, Stepson of John Kerry
  • Teresa Heinz Kerry, Wife of John Kerry
  • Mike Honda, U.S. Representative from California
  • Ted Kennedy, U.S. Senator from Massachusetts
  • Jim Langevin, U.S. Representative from Rhode Island
  • Carol Moseley-Braun, Former U.S. Senator from Illinois, 2004
    Presidential Candidate
  • Janet Napolitano, Governor of Arizona
  • Barack Obama, State Senator from Illinois, U.S. Senate Candidate
  • Ron Reagan, Son of former President Ronald Reagan
  • Christie Vilsack, First Lady of Iowa
  • Ilana Wexler, 13-Year-Old Founder of Kids for Kerry

Wednesday, July 28
A Stronger More Secure America

  • Steve Brozak, Ret. Lt. Col., USMC, Candidate for U.S. Representative
    from New Jersey
  • Elijah Cummings, U.S. Representative from Maryland
  • Cate Edwards, Daughter of John Edwards
  • Elizabeth Edwards, Wife of John Edwards
  • John Edwards, Democratic Vice-Presidential Nominee
  • Bob Graham, U.S. Senator from Florida, 2004 Presidential Candidate
  • Jennifer Granholm, Governor of Michigan
  • Dennis Kucinich, U.S. Representative from Ohio, 2004 Presidential
    Candidate
  • Greg Meeks, U.S. Representative from New York
  • Martin O’Malley, Mayor of Baltimore, Maryland
  • Harry Reid, U.S. Senator from Nevada
  • Ed Rendell, Governor of Pennsylvania
  • Bill Richardson, Governor of New Mexico
  • Al Sharpton, 2004 Presidential Candidate

Thursday, July 29
Stronger at Home, Respected in the World

  • Madeline Albright, Former Secretary of State
  • Joe Biden, U.S. Senator from Delaware
  • Wesley Clark, Four Star General, 2004 Presidential Candidate
  • Max Cleland, Former U.S. Senator from Georgia
  • James Clyburn, U.S. Representative from South Carolina
  • Alexandra Kerry, Daughter of John Kerry
  • John Kerry, 2004 Democratic Presidential Nominee
  • Vanessa Kerry, Daughter of John Kerry
  • Joe Lieberman, U.S. Senator from Connecticut, 2004 Presidential
    Candidate
  • Ed Markey, U.S. Representative from Massachusetts
  • Juanita Millender-McDonald, U.S. Representative from California
  • Eleanor Holmes Norton, U.S. Representative from the District of
    Columbia
  • Nancy Pelosi, U.S. Representative from California, Democratic Leader
  • Jim Rassman, Green Beret rescued by John Kerry in Vietnam
  • Louise Slaughter, U.S. Representative from New York (joined by
    Congressional Women)
  • John Sweeney, President of AFL-CIO
  • Mark Warner, Governor of Virginia