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• Ralph Nader
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The Conventions:

Get a detailed overview of the Democratic National Convention with's daily convention schedule. Updated daily with the latest events, the schedule allows you to follow candidates, see who is speaking, find out what's on CNN and learn more about what's going on outside the FleetCenter. This schedule is subject to change.

Monday, July 26 | Tuesday, July 27 | Wednesday, July 28 | Thursday, July 29

John Kerry is on the "America's Freedom Trail Tour" that will take him to several key battleground states before his acceptance speech.

John Edwards also is visiting several key states before arriving in Boston Wednesday.
Convention is in recess until 4 p.m.
Delegates group breakfasts

Women's Caucus

Daily convention press briefing

Veterans reception: "A salute to those who served and sacrificed"
American Morning

CNN Live Today
Daily Convention Press Briefing
The New England Anti- Vivisection Society hands out fliers protesting animal testing near FleetCenter

Christian Defense Coalition and Operation Rescue Boston Prayer vigil at Planned Parenthood
12-4 p.m.
Youth Caucus

Seniors Caucus

Strategy sessions
News From CNN

Live From...

Inside Politics
4 p.m.
Second convention session begins
5 p.m.
Wolf Blitzer Reports
6 p.m.
Lou Dobbs Tonight
7 p.m.
Evening session opens. Speakers between 7 and 10 p.m. will be: Christie Vilsack; Arizona Gov. Janet Napolitano; Ron Reagan; and Teresa Heinz Kerry
Convention votes on the Democratic Party platform, based on the platform committee's report
Anderson Cooper 360: Convention Edition
Christian Defense Coalition and Operation Rescue Boston March and Prayer vigil at John Kerry's home.

Party for Sen. John Breaux of Louisiana. The Caribbean themed party will include music from Ziggy Marley and will be held at the New England Aquarium.
8 p.m.
Sen. Ted Kennedy
America Votes 2004: The Democratic National Convention
9 p.m.
Former Vermont Gov. Howard Dean addresses the convention.

Arizona Gov. Janet Napolitano and Christie Vilsack, wife of Iowa Gov. Tom Vilsack, address the convention
Larry King Live at the Democratic National Convention
Party for Sen. Ted Kennedy. Featured performers include Yo-Yo Ma and the Boston Pops with conductor John Williams.
10 p.m.
Illinois Senate candidate Barack Obama delivers keynote speech

Ron Reagan, son of the late former president, talks about stem cell research

Performance by Children's Voices of Greater Boston

Teresa Heinz Kerry gives a personal look at her husband John Kerry.
11 p.m.
Newsnight: Democratic Convention Edition

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