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Beginning at 4:00 pm ET: — Former New Hampshire Governor and Kerry-Edwards Campaign Chairwoman Jeanne Shaheen emcee's Tuesday's convention program. — Senate Minority Leader Thomas Daschle (D-S.D.) addresses the convention on "the strength of the Democratic Party and its vision for an America that lifts up working families and is respected in the world." — Senator Richard Durbin (D-Ill.) addresses the convention. — Rep. Steve Israel (D-N.Y.), a member of the House Armed Services Committee, and founder and chair of the Democratic Study Group on National Security, addresses the convention on national security. — Senator Edward Kennedy (D-Mass.) addresses the convention. — James Forbes, senior minister at Riverside Church, New York, addresses the convention. — Rep. Michael Honda (D-Calif.) addresses the convention. — Rep. James Langevin (D-R.I.) addresses the convention. — Former Ambassador and former Senator Carol Moseley-Braun, (D-Ill.), a 2004 presidential candidate, addresses the convention. — Ilana Wexler, a 13-year old founder of Kids for Kerry, addresses the convention. — To mark the 40th anniversary of Fannie Lou Hamer's courageous and historic efforts to integrate the all-white Mississippi delegation, the 2004 Democratic Convention will feature a tribute to Hamer on Tuesday night. The tribute will feature Maya Angelou, the Freedom Singers, members of the original Mississippi Democratic Freedom Party, and a video documentary of Hamer's life. — Former Gov. Howard Dean, a 2004 presidential candidate, addresses the convention. — Rep. Richard Gephardt (D-Mo.), a 2004 presidential candidate, addresses the convention. — Ron Reagan, son of the former President Ronald Reagan, addresses the convention on embryonic stem cell research. — Christie Vilsack, first lady of Iowa, addresses the convention. — Gov. Janet Napolitano (R-Ariz.) addresses the convention on "John Kerry and John Edwards' service to the nation and fight for average Americans." — Chris Heinz, stepson of John Kerry, addresses the convention. — Teresa Heinz Kerry, wife of John Kerry, addresses the convention. — Illinois state senator Barack Obama, a Democratic candidate for U.S. Senate, delivers the 2004 Democratic National Convention's keynote address.

TODAY'S CANDIDATE SCHEDULE (all times ET):

KERRY / EDWARDS — 10:00 am: Senator John Kerry holds a rally at Hampton Roads Naval Museum, Norfolk, Va. — 4:00 pm: Senator Edwards is wheels down in Boston — 6:00 pm: Senator John Kerry holds a rally at the Philadelphia Museum of Art, Philadelphia, Pa.

BUSH / CHENEY — 12:00 pm: Vice President Cheney delivers remarks at rally for troops at Camp Pendleton, Calif. — 4:00 pm: Vice President Cheney delivers remarks at a luncheon for congressional candidate Roy Ashburn, Bakersfield, Calif. — 10:30 pm: Vice President Cheney delivers remarks at a reception for senatorial candidate Bill Jones, Riverside, Calif.

TODAY'S EVENTS SCHEDULE (all times ET):

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