The Democratic National Convention enters its third day today, with Senator John Edwards scheduled to formally accept his party's nomination for vice president.
The North Carolina Senator will be the center of attention this evening, as convention delegates engage in the traditionally raucous roll-call of states to nominate the Democratic Presidential ticket.
Senator John Kerry arrives in Boston later today. He is due to accept his party's nomination for president at the convention's final day tomorrow.
For the past two days, prominent Democrats and others have criticized President Bush's policies and praised the leadership of Mr. Kerry and his running mate.
Tuesday, a rising star in the Democratic party gave a stirring speech as the convention's keynote speaker. Illinois state senator Barack Obama rallied cheering delegates with a speech combining impassioned calls for social justice and appeals to patriotism.