DNC Schedule: Elizabeth Warren Will Speak at DNC Tonight

Congressman Barney Frank and Boston Mayor Thomas Menino are also scheduled to speak tonight.

Similar to the first night of the Democratic National Convention, Massachusetts will be in full force on the second night.

Boston Mayor Thomas Menino, Congressman Barney Frank and Senate candidate Elizabeth Warren are all scheduled to speak during tonight’s session.

Menino is scheduled to speak in the 5 p.m. hour, Frank will speak in the 8 p.m. hour and Warren will speak in the 10 p.m. hour. Warren will speak shortly before Los Angeles Mayor Antonio Villaraigosa and President Bill Clinton.

Gov. Deval Patrick and Congressional candidate Joseph Kennedy III spoke during the  Patrick gave a fiery speech in which he criticized his predessor, Mitt Romney and praised President Barack Obama. 

The Wall Street Journal posted a full schedule of speakers.

kerstin locherie September 07, 2012 at 06:33 AM
Being president of the United States in a time of economic crisis means you don’t get to play golf more than 100 times. Being president means you have to go to work to fix the economy, not destroy it further. Elizabeth Warren is more of the same, more broken promises and little results. What prerequisite entitles her to be thrust into the Senate Seat ? Obama is a true disaster -- a failure, a flop. Saying his grade is “incomplete” implies that he’s got a good plan for the economy, but that he just needs four more years to put the finishing touches on it. He doesn’t. He has no plan but the same old economic plan -- the one that hasn’t worked and never will. Obama won’t change. And unless the American people follow Clint Eastwood’s advice and “let him go,” we may have no hope.
kerstin locherie September 07, 2012 at 06:37 AM
Mennino & Frank were an embarrassment. They are so hateful of any other opinions, in their small minds, no other opinion but their own and their koolaid drinking minions can ever be presented to the public. You would think that the people would tire of a one party state ?


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