PHILADELPHIA, July 28, 2016 /PRNewswire-USNewswire/ -- The Democratic National Convention Committee (DNCC) announced the program for the final day of the Democratic National Convention being held in Philadelphia from July 25 to July 28. The night will end with Hillary Clinton's acceptance of the Democratic Party's nomination.
In Philadelphia, Democrats have laid out the clear stakes in this election – a choice between building walls and tearing people down or an optimistic unifying vision where we are stronger together and everyone has a role to play in building our future.
The program is listed below:
4:00 PM – 6:00 PM (EDT)
Call to Order U.S. Representative Marcia Fudge (Ohio)
Invocation Archbishop from Greek Orthodox Church, Reverend Bernice King, Native American Gov. Eddie Torres, Sr. Mary Scullion
Pledge of Allegiance
National Anthem Star Swain
Remarks President of the League of Conservation Voters Gene Karpinski
Remarks Minnesota State Representative Peggy Flanagan
Remarks U.S. Representative Ted Deutch (Florida)
Remarks Former Mayor of Los Angeles Antonio Villaraigosa
Remarks Former South Carolina State Representative Bakari Sellers
Remarks South Carolina Democratic Party Chair Jamie Harrison
Remarks U.S. Representative Maxine Waters (California)
Remarks President of the Human Rights Campaign Chad Griffin
Remarks U.S. Representative Cedric Richmond (Louisiana)
Remarks Colorado House Majority Leader State Representative Crisanta Duran
Remarks U.S. Representative Gwen Moore (Wisconsin)
Remarks Tennessee State Representative Raumesh Akbari
Remarks Nevada State Senator Ruben J. Kihuen
Remarks Former Philadelphia Mayor Michael Nutter
Remarks U.S. Representative Emanuel Cleaver (Missouri)
Remarks Co-Chair of the Congressional LGBT Equality Caucus Congressman Sean Patrick Maloney (New York) and LGBT rights activist Sarah McBride
Remarks Civil Rights Leader Dolores Huerta
Remarks U.S. Representative Joyce Beatty (Ohio)
Remarks Minnesota Governor Mark Dayton
Remarks Los Angeles Mayor Eric Garcetti
Remarks U.S. Senate Candidate Katie McGinty (Pennsylvania)
Remarks U.S. Representative Tammy Duckworth (Illinois)
6:00 - 10:00 PM (EDT)
Musical Performance Carole King
Remarks U.S. Representative James Clyburn (South Carolina)
Remarks Hillary for America Director of States and Political Engagement Marlon Marshall
Remarks House Democratic Leader Nancy Pelosi
Remarks U.S. Senator Barbara Mikulski and the Democratic Women of the Senate
Remarks Hillary for America Latino Vote Director Lorella Praeli
Remarks U.S. Representative Joaquin Castro (Texas)
Musical Performance Sheila E + Family
Remarks New York Governor Andrew Cuomo
Stronger Together: An Economy That Works For All
Remarks U.S. Representative Tim Ryan (Ohio)
Remarks Colorado Governor John Hickenlooper
Introduction of Speakers Ted Danson & Mary Steenburgen
Remarks Henrietta Ivey Henrietta is a home care worker Hillary met while campaigning in Michigan who is helping to lead the Fight for $15.
Remarks Dave Wills Dave is an 8th grade social studies teacher in Guilford County, NC and has over $35,000 in student debt.
Remarks Beth Mathias Beth works two jobs and her husband works the nightshift at a factory in Ohio. Hillary met Beth at a roundtable in Marion.
Remarks Jensen Walcott & Jake Reed Jensen was fired from her job at a pizza restaurant for asking her boss why she was paid 25 cents less than her male co-worker and friend, Jake. After Jensen and Jake's story came to light, Hillary tweeted "Good for you, Jensen. Every woman deserves equal pay, no matter what her age. Keep up the hard work—and courage!"
Remarks Pennsylvania Governor Tom Wolf
Remarks Former Michigan Governor Jennifer Granholm
Stronger Together: Americans for Hillary
Remarks Doug Elmets Former Reagan Administration official
Remarks Jennifer Pierotti Lim Director of Health Policy, U.S. Chamber of Commerce & Co-Founder of Republican Women for Hillary
Stronger Together: Tribute to Fallen Law Enforcement Officers
Remarks Dallas Sheriff Lupe Valdez
Remarks Jennifer Loudon, Wayne Walker, Wayne Owens, Barbara Owens Family members of fallen law enforcement officers
Stronger Together: An Inclusive America
Remarks Reverend William Barber
Introduction of Film Kareem Abdul-Jabaar
Remarks Khizr Khan Khizr Khan's son, Humayun S. M. Khan was a University of Virginia graduate and enlisted in the U.S. Army. Khan was one of 14 American Muslims who died serving the United States in the ten years after the September 11, 2001 terrorist attacks.
Stronger Together: Supporting Our Military
Remarks U.S. Representative Ted Lieu (California)
Remarks General John Allen (ret. USMC), former Commander, International Security Assistance Forces, and Commander, United States Forces - Afghanistan
Remarks Florent Groberg Retired U.S. Army Captain Florent "Flo" Groberg was awarded the Medal of Honor, the nation's top award for valor in combat, by President Obama after serving in Afghanistan.
Remarks Chloe Grace Moretz
Remarks U.S. Representative Xavier Becerra (California)
Remarks U.S. Senator Sherrod Brown (Ohio)
Musical Performance Katy Perry
10:00 - 11:00 PM (EDT)
Introduction of Hillary Clinton Chelsea Clinton
Remarks Hillary Clinton
Benediction Reverend Bill Shillady
About the Democratic National Convention
The 2016 Democratic Convention will be held at the Wells Fargo Center in PhiladelphiaJuly 25-28, 2016. Working in partnership with the Philadelphia Host Committee, the City of Philadelphia and the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania, our goal is to make this the most engaging, innovative and forward looking Convention in history. The 2016 Democratic National Convention will leverage technology to take the Convention experience well beyond the hall in an effort to engage more Americans than ever before in the event. With the birthplace of American Democracy as a backdrop, the 2016 convention in Philadelphia will highlight our shared Democratic values and help put the Democratic nominee on a path to victory.
The Democratic Convention is the formal nominating event for the Democratic candidates for President and Vice President. At the Convention, the Democratic Party also adopts the official Democratic Party platform as well as the rules and procedures governing party activities including the nomination process for presidential candidates in the next election cycle.