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DNC 2020, night 3: Harris' big speech, Obama's the closer and more to watch for

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SectionsTVFeaturedMore from NBC Follow NBC News WASHINGTON — It's Kamala Harris' big night Wednesday as the vice presidential nominee addresses the third night of the all-virtual Democratic National Convention, along with Barack Obama, Hillary Clinton and Sen. Elizabeth Warren.Harris is the first woman of color nominated to the presidential ticket of a major political party and will accept the nomination to be Joe Biden's running mate in a speech just before remarks by Obama, the first person of color to win the White House.The two-hour program, whose theme "A More Perfect Union" will focus on efforts to make the American promise a reality for everyone, will be emceed by actress Kerry Washington and feature performances by singers Billie Eilish and Jennifer Hudson, as well as speeches by Speaker Nancy Pelosi and former Rep. Gabby Giffords, who became a gun control activist after she was shot in 2011.Here’s what to watch:Harris is no stranger to the Democratic faithful after her high-profile presidential bid, but she'll have a chance to reintroduce herself to a wider audience and in a different light after her own primary campaign fizzled last year.Throughout her career, Harris leaned heavily on her personal story as the daughter of immigrants and background as a prosecutor, from which she drew her slogan "for the people."Vice presidential candidates traditionally play the role of attack dog so the person at the top of the ticket can keep their hands a bit cleaner, and Harris is fond of, as she says, prosecuting the case against President Donald Trump.This site is protected by recaptcha Privacy Policy | Terms of ServiceNo one knows what it's like to run against Trump better than the former first lady, who will make a return to a Democratic convention that looks very different from the one four years ago when she accepted the her party's nomination.Not only has the convention gone entirely online due to the coronavirus pandemic, but the party has moved on from the Clintons as some Democrats blamed her, at least in part, for the 2016 election loss.Clinton has hardly gone quiet since her loss, writing a book and giving numerous interviews.

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