The table is set for Hillary Clinton to give her most important speech so far.
Tonight, she closes the Democratic convention.
Last night, President Obama, Tim Kaine, Michael Bloomberg, and Joe Biden hit on a series of themes - that Donald Trump would make America less safe, that his business record shows he doesn't care about the middle class, and that Hillary Clinton is the best qualified Presidential candidate of recent years.
After former NY mayor Michael Bloomberg blasted Trump as an incompetent and self-interested businessman, VP nominee Tim Kaine introduced himself to voters. He sprinkled Spanish into his speech and shared his religious faith.
In the cleanup spot was President Obama, who referred to Trump as a domestic demagogue, and touted Clinton as uniquely qualified: The speakers were trying to make experience exciting. Does that work in an era when so many are distrustful of politicians? And what messages are most important for Clinton to deliver tonight?
Ange-Marie Hancock, associate professor of political science and gender studies, University of Southern California
Elena Ong, former First Vice Chair, California Commission for Women and Hillary Clinton At-Large Delegate
Shawn Steel, California National Committeeman, Republican National Committee