Obama, Biden, Kaine Speeches on Tap at DNC

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A delegate holds up a placard with an image of Democratic presidential nominee Hillary Clinton at the Democratic National Convention in Philadelphia July 26. Carlos Barria/Reuters

Updated | President Barack Obama and Vice President Joe Biden will be center stage at the Democratic National Convention in Philadelphia on Wednesday night. There, the delegates on Tuesday officially tapped Hillary Clinton as the Democrats' nominee, making her the first woman presidential candidate to represent a major political party.

Clinton's recently chosen running mate, Virginia Senator Tim Kaine, will introduce himself for the first time on a national stage. The three big speeches could overshadow the other guests of the night, as happened when first lady Michelle Obama spoke on Monday and when former President Bill Clinton did so on Tuesday.

The gavel time is scheduled for 4 p.m. Eastern time. The day's theme will be "Working Together." The following is the list of the day's speakers.

Daniel Driffin, HIV/AIDS activist from Georgia

Neera Tanden, president of the Center for American Progress Action Fund

Sheila Jackson Lee, U.S. representative of Texas

Michelle Lujan Grisham, U.S. representative of New Mexico

Eleanor Holmes Norton, U.S. representative of District of Columbia

Adam Schiff, U.S. representative of California

Maxine Waters, U.S. representative of California

Ilyse Hogue, president of National Abortion and Reproductive Rights Action League

Andrew Gillum, mayor of Tallahassee

Judy Chu, U.S. representative of California and chairwoman of Congressional Asian Pacific American Caucus

Brooks Bell, young tech entrepreneur from North Carolina

Bill de Blasio, mayor of New York City

Ben Ray Luján, U.S. representative of New Mexico and chairman of Democratic Congressional Campaign Committee

Jesse Jackson, civil rights leader

Star Jones, actress

Karen Weaver, mayor of Flint, Michigan

G.K. Butterfield, U.S. representative of North Carolina and chairman of Congressional Black Caucus

Stephanie Schriock, president of EMILY's List

Harry Reid, Senate Democratic leader

Gavin Newsom, California lieutenant governor

Ruben Gallego, U.S. representative of Arizona

Jamie Dorff, whose husband, an Army pilot from Minnesota, died while on a search and rescue mission in northern Iraq

Mike Duggan, mayor of Detroit

Martin O'Malley, former governor of Maryland and onetime Clinton presidential rival

Sigourney Weaver, actress

Jerry Brown, governor of California

Lee Daniels, director

Christine Leinonen, mother of a victim killed in the Pulse nightclub shooting in Orlando

Brandon Wolf and Jose Arraigada, survivors of the Orlando attack

Chris Murphy, U.S. senator of Connecticut

Erica Smegielski, whose mother Dawn was the principal killed in the 2012 massacre at Sandy Hook Elementary School in Newtown, Connecticut

Charles Ramsey, former Philadelphia police commissioner

Angela Bassett, actress

Felicia Sanders and Polly Sheppard, two survivors of the 2015 shooting at Emanuel African Methodist Episcopal in Charleston, South Carolina

Gabby Giffords and Mark Kelly, former Congresswoman and her husband

John Hutson, rear admiral

Kristen Kavanaugh, a graduate of the United States Naval Academy and a former Marine Corps Captain who deployed to Iraq

Leon Panetta, former congressman and secretary of defense

Sherrod Brown, U.S. senator of Ohio

Dr. Jill Biden, wife of Vice President Joe Biden

Joe Biden, outgoing vice president of the United States

Kasim Reed, mayor of Atlanta

Michael Bloomberg, former mayor of New York City

Tim Kaine, Clinton's running mate

Sharon Belkofer, whose son was killed when a suicide bomber detonated a minibus in Kabul, Afghanistan

Barack Obama, outgoing president of the United States

The musician Lenny Kravitz is expected to perform. Viewers can follow along with 24-hour coverage on CNN or with live coverage on CBSN. PBS and NPR together are offering coverage from 8 p.m. to 11 p.m. each night of the convention. And the DNC's website and YouTube channel provides a live stream online. All major cable news networks are covering the event.

This has been updated to include the official list of speakers.

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