(CNN)—The Democratic National Convention Committee unveiled the four nightly themes of the Democratic convention Monday.
Kansas Gov. and Democratic National Convention Committee co-chair Kathleen Sebelius announced in a Monday conference call with reporters that the convention is being termed “America’s Town Hall” - individuals will be able to submit questions by e-mail or Web video. Those questions may be answered by one of the convention’s speakers.
On Monday, Michelle Obama will kick-start the convention at the Pepsi Center in Denver, Colorado with a “One Nation” speech emphasizing unity. Tuesday’s agenda - “Renewing America’s Promise” - will feature Senator Hillary Clinton.
On Wednesday, Obama’s vice presidential pick will deliver his or her acceptance speech – and former President Bill Clinton will address the gathering - as the focus turns to “Securing America’s Future,” and a salute to the nation’s veterans.
Listen: Democrats lay out their convention plans on a conference call with reporters
On Thursday, Obama will officially accept his party’s nomination in front of more than 60,000 spectators at Invesco Field at Mile High. The familiar theme: his campaign slogan, “Change You Can Believe In.”
In 2004, Obama—then a relatively unknown candidate for U.S. Senate - was catapulted into the limelight when he delivered the keynote address at the Democratic Convention in Boston.