Tuesday night, the Democratic National Convention was headlined by First Lady Michelle Obama and tonight, on day two of the DNC, political history will be made when a former President takes the stage.
FOX News Radio's Jessica Rosenthal and Rich Johnson report from the DNC in Charlotte:
From America's Election Headquarters. I'm Jessica Rosenthal at the Democratic National Convention, where you could hear a pin drop as delegates waited for the next time to cheer the speaker of the evening, First Lady Michelle Obama.
(Michelle Obama) "When it comes to rebuilding our economy, Barack is thinking about folks like my dad and his grandmother. He's thinking about the pride that comes from a hard days work. That's why he signed the Lilly Ledbetter Fair Pay Act, to help women get equal pay for equal work."
She stressed that her husband cares about individual people and their struggles and she believes there is still so much more he can do.
Tonight, for the first time in political history, a former President will place a current President's name in nomination for another term.
President Obama asked President Bill Clinton to do it, perhaps a sign that whatever differences they had during the 2008 campaign are long resolved, and that the 42nd President is a vital piece of the re-election puzzle.
President Clinton has been the star of ads for President Obama that are saturating the air in the battleground states.
At the Democratic National Convention in Charlotte, Rich Johnson, FOX News Radio.
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