Democrats roll out prime time convention speakers

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Michelle Obama, Jill Biden and former President Obama are set to deliver keynote addresses. Former Governor John Kasich, a Republican, will also address the convention.

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Major political party in the United States
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Lawyer, writer and former First Lady of the United States
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