Clinton is Tuesday's headliner, former president takes stage Wednesday
DENVER, Colo. - She's not the keynote speaker, but Hillary Rodham Clinton's primetime speech at the Democratic Convention will draw lots of attention Tuesday night, especially from those still upset she's not the nominee.
Details on a roll-call vote are still being worked out, but one scenario would have Clinton cut off the voting and urge the unanimous nomination of Obama.
Monday night, Michelle Obama told delegates she and her husband share with them the same hopes and dreams. She said they feel an obligation to "fight for the world as it should be."
Meanwhile, former President Clinton takes center stage at the Democratic convention in Denver Wednesday night, but for now, he's keeping a low profile.
His spokesman says Clinton has been participating Tuesday morning in a panel at an international affairs forum.
The former president plans few other public outings, and no news media appearances.
Matt McKenna says that Clinton understands "this is Senator Obama's convention." He says Clinton is there to "do all he can to make Senator Obama our next president."
Asked whether the Clintons' star power could eclipse Obama during his moment in the sun, House Speaker Nancy Pelosi said, "Absolutely, positively not."