Women's and social issues, national security messages before Clinton's acceptance speech
Chelsea Clinton listens as her father, former President Bill Clinton, speaks at a campaign event in Iowa in January. On Thursday, she'll introduce Hillary Clinton to accept the Democratic nomination for president. (Al Drago/CQ Roll Call file photo)
Social issues and national security will be highlighted during the final day of the Democratic National Convention on Thursday leading up to Hillary Clinton accepting her party's presidential nomination. And expect lots of "Stronger Together" signs to be distributed on the floor.
In a nod to the liberal base, conventioneers will hear from Gene Karpinski, president of the League of Conservation Voters, and from Chad Griffin, president of the LGBT advocacy group, the Human Rights Campaign. New York Rep. Sean Patrick Maloney, co-chairman of the Congressional LGBT Equality Caucus, will also address the delegates.