Kaine Speaks at Convention Tonight
Gov. Timothy M. Kaine is expected to speak at about 8:15 tonight at the Democratic National Convention.
He will speak in front of his largest audience when he takes the stage at Invesco Field at Mile High. About 80,000 people will pack the home of the Denver Broncos while millions more will watch on TVs across the nation.
Kaine is expected to speak briefly about his background and Virginia but mostly will talk about why Americans should elect Illinois Sen. Barack Obama, a friend he endorsed for president in February 2007.
Obama's campaign expects Virginians to gather at more than 1,000 house parties across the state tonight to watch Obama formally accept the Democratic presidential nomination.
August 28, 2008; 6:05 PM ET
Categories: Anita Kumar , Barack Obama , Election 2008/President , Timothy M. Kaine
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