After a contentious night in Philadelphia, the Democrats are coming back for Day 2 of the Democratic National Convention.
Or, maybe we should call it Round 2.
A rowdy crowd inside of and outside of the Wells Fargo Center created drama for the first day of the convention. Soon-to-be ex-Democratic National Committee chairwoman Debbie Wasserman Schultz was booed by her own state delegates at a breakfast, and Bernie Sanders supporters booed anyone who mentioned Hillary Clinton’s name – including, or maybe especially, those who had supported Sanders, but came out for Clinton on Monday.
Sanders was the last speaker on Monday night, and called for unity in the party before he vowed to support Clinton's historic run for president.
Tuesday will see the always interesting Roll Call vote of states, and former President Bill Clinton will make the case to keep the presidency in the family with his speech in support of his wife tonight.
Also scheduled to speak on Tuesday are the Mothers of the Movement, women whose children were killed because of gun violence, or after encounters with law enforcement officers.
Here’s some information about the convention, how to watch it on TV and how to see it online.
When is it?
The convention continues through Thursday when Hillary Clinton gives her acceptance speech.
Where is it?
The convention is being held in Philadelphia, Pa., at the Wells Fargo Center.
What time does it start?
On Tuesday, the convention is gaveled to order at 4 p.m. ET, but the main speakers will be seen in primetime (starting around 8 p.m. ET).
What channel is it on?
If you are looking for gavel-to-gavel TV coverage, C-SPAN is the network that provides it. They will began coverage at 3 p.m.
For the cable channels:
CNN, Fox News and MSNBC begins coverage at 4 p.m. ET
PBS has live coverage from 8 to 11 p.m. ET
ABC, CBS, NBC has live coverage from 10 to 11 p.m.
Can I keep up online?
You can watch live on the Democratic Convention website here.
CBS News is teaming with Twitter as it did for the Republican convention, and tweeting it live.
ABC News is doing the same with Facebook.
YouTube is offering a live stream, click here to see it.
We will be providing live updates starting at 4 p.m. ET. Click here.
Here’s a list of people scheduled to speak on Tuesday night.
• Thaddeus Desmond, an advocate for children
• Dynah Haubert, a lawyer for a disability rights organization in Philadelphia
• Kate Burdick, a lawyer at the Juvenile Law Center in Philadelphia
• Anton Moore of Philadelphia, who talks with young people about gun violence
• Dustin Parsons of Little Rock, Ark., a fifth-grade teacher
• Students from an at-risk facility called Eagle Academy
• Joe Sweeney, a New York City police detective who responded to 9/11
• Lauren Manning, a partner at the firm Cantor Fitzgerald who was wounded in the World Trade Center attack on 9/11
• Ryan Moore, who has a health condition that his father's employer refused to cover
• Donna Brazile, Democratic National Committee vice chair of voter registration and participation
• Jason Carter, a former Georgia state senator
• House Democratic Minority Leader Nancy Pelosi of California along with the Democratic women of the House
• Cecile Richards, president of the Planned Parenthood Action Fund
• Mothers of the Movement, mothers who lost their children to gun violence or to encounters with law enforcement.
• Former President Bill Clinton, husband of Hillary Clinton
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