(CNN) – Barack Obama and Hillary Clinton released a joint statement Wednesday night through their presidential campaigns, amid conflicting reports over whether the New York senator will include her name in the delegate roll call at the Democratic National Convention later this month.
"At the Democratic Convention, we will ensure that the voices of everyone who participated in this historic process are respected and our party will be fully unified heading into the November election," Obama spokesman Bill Burton said in the statement.
Clinton has said repeatedly that she will not battle the Illinois senator for the Democratic nomination – but many of her most passionate primary season backers have laid out their intent to disrupt the process if they feel she has not been accorded proper deference. One of the most common demands has been for her name to be entered into contention, and the votes of her delegates officially recorded.
Democrats close to the process have told CNN that they believe Clinton will address the Denver convention in a star slot Tuesday night. It is not yet clear whether or when her husband, former President Bill Clinton, might speak.
Sen. Clinton, who endorsed Obama shortly after suspending her presidential run and has made several joint appearances with him, is scheduled to campaign for the Illinois senator in Nevada later this week.