President Obama will take the stage on Wednesday night at the Democratic National Convention, the third night of Democratic nominee Hillary Clinton’s show.
Clinton has yet to make an in-person appearance in Philadelphia, where on Tuesday she became the first female nominee of either major party, but her surrogates have covered her bases. Nearly all of the major issues in this election have been addressed, and she has continued to emphasize the stark differences between her and Republican nominee Donald Trump.
Wednesday’s schedule should be no different: The theme is “Working Together,” and also lined up to speak are Vice President Joe Biden, who once weighed whether to run for president himself; former New York Mayor Mike Bloomberg; and the families of victims of and survivors of shootings.
Ranging from immigration reform to addressing the needs of citizens with disabilities, the Clinton campaign has produced a steady stream of testimonials that have painted a picture of a of a candidate who is not only a “change maker,” as her husband put in on Tuesday night, but of a politician who has spent decades collecting the experience Democrats treasure in their nominee.
Clinton has also brought her primary rival, Bernie Sanders, into the fold, with the Vermont Senator even moving that she be nominated by acclamation in a moment of reconciliation.
Still, protests continue outside the convention, with some Sanders supporters saying they will continue the fight.
This article originally appeared on Time.com.