Today on Political Rewind, Kamala Harris and former president Barack Obama headlined the third day of the Democratic National Convention last night. Later today, Atlanta Mayor Keisha Lance Bottoms is a featured speaker on the final night of the virtual convention, just hours before Joe Biden is set to accept his party’s nomination.

What has convention programming told us about the strategies Democrats will use in the final months of the presidential campaign? Does it reveal deeper trends within the party itself?

Our panel today includes Amy Kremer, chairperson of Women for America First, Kevin Riley, Editor of The Atlanta Journal-Constitution, Rep. Calvin Smyre, Democratic State Representative from Columbus and Ted Terry, a Georgia delegate to the Democratic National Convention and former Mayor of Clarkston.

Computer and television screens crowd a large indoor space as producers prepare for the Democratic National Convention.
Credit: Democratic National Convention Committee



Amy Kremer — Chairperson, Women for America First

Kevin Riley — Editor, The Atlanta Journal-Constitution

Rep. Calvin Smyre — State Representative, (D) Columbus

Ted Terry — Georgia Delegate, Democratic National Convention


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