The Democrats kick off another night of the Democratic National Convention in Charlotte, North Carolina. The big guns were brought out tonight as Former President Bill Clinton took the stage to officially nominate President Barack Obama for reelection into the White House.
A speech that President Obama needs to push him forward through to November. A direction that the National Convention seems to be headed into in order to negate most of what was said during the Republican National Convention.
Delegates heard several of those speeches from very prominent names including Vice President Joe Biden's son, Attorney General Bo Biden of Delaware.
"We're fired up we're ready to go. We want people not to vote on emotion, we want people to vote on facts and the facts are that what the Democrats are presenting have to be far better in terms of agricultural states like Arkansas," said Arkansas delegate Norma Newman of Hot Springs.
Some of the main topic points from all of the speeches were negating the budget plans that Mitt Romney and Paul Ryan have been saying. Delegates saying it's likely not going to do any good and possibly send America in the wrong direction.
Thursday night President Obama will take the stage to accept the Democratic Party's nomination for a second term in the White House