with A Purpose: Keeping America Prosperous and Protecting Retirement Security."
P.M. - 8:00 P.M
P.M. - 9:00 P.M.
Speaker Dennis Hastert (R-IL) and The Rock. Speaker Hastert, the permanent
chairman of the convention, and The Rock, World Wrestling Federation champ
and one of most electrifying sports entertainers today, will call the delegates
to their seats.
of the Colors by Boy Scout Troop 82 of Somerset, KY, and the Campfire
Boys and Girls of Pennsylvania;
Guerra, father of eight and small businessman from Laredo, Texas. Pledge
King, a singer, songwriter and recording artist from McLean, Virginia.
Young, former 49ers quarterback, and the highest-rated QB in NFL history,
will deliver the invocation.
Melvin's Blue Notes. A rhythm-and-blues act capturing the sound of
Delfonics. Another Philadelphia classic. Rhythm-and-blues artists.
Gamble, a Grammy-award winning musical superstar (he's written, produced
and recorded over 3,000 songs) and founder of Universal Community Homes
of South Philadelphia, will speak about urban renewal and revitalization.
PM - 10:00 PM
Barreto, a California small-business owner, will deliver a message
of optimism and diversity when he discusses the importance of providing
opportunity in every community.
White, a 5th generation farmer from Oklahoma, will address the challenges
facing the family farm in the new century.
in Compassion Video: Center for Training Employment. Located in Cleveland,
Ohio, El Barrio, a private assistance center, provides food assistance
and other support to those in need in the city's Hispanic community.
Durate, of Beaver Dam, Wisconsin. A single mother of twins, she will
share her welfare reform success story and the road to independence she
Jennings, of Rodgers, Arkansas. Jennings, a single mom, will discuss
the need for tax relief while balancing the challenges of her education,
her career and her daughter.
Jim Gilmore (R-VA). Gilmore, a convention National Caucus Team Co-Chairman,
will talk about tearing down the toll booth to the middle class by lowering
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Joe, a rock band featuring US Rep. Joe Scarborough (R-FL). Entertainment.
Jones, president and founder of pcOrder, of Austin Texas, a leading
online provider of electronic commerce solutions. She will explain how
Governor Bush's formula of cutting taxes, encouraging investment, and reforming
education are the right mix for success in the age of the new economy.
Fernandez, Chairman, CEO and Founder of Proxicom in Reston, Virginia.
Fernandez, who's firm has enjoyed more than 100 percent annual growth since
it started in 1991, exemplifies Governor Bush's plan to fostering the growth
of the New Economy.
Kasich, U.S. Rep. (R-Ohio), the House Budget Committee Chairman, who
will speak about the budget priorities of tax relief and Social Security
in the New Economy
PM - 11:00 PM
Secada, a Cuban-born sensation who welcomes opportunities to perform
for community projects and fundraising concerts for AIDS related charities.
Marvin Hier, Founder and Dean of the Simon Wiesenthal Center's Museum
of Tolerance in Los Angeles, California, has made an unparalleled contribution
to tolerance education and the need for understanding. Hier will introduce
Mayor Richard Riordan.
Angeles Mayor Richard Riordan. Now in his second term, Riordan has
earned a reputation as a reformer by focusing his administration on creating
quality jobs, making neighborhoods healthier, and improving the public
education system. Remote Remarks.
Roll Call (tentative) - "Over the Top"
Majority Leader Trent Lott (R-MS), temporary convention chairman. Remarks.
to Nominate Vice Presidential Candidate
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Presidential Nominee acceptance speech
Greenwood. His career stands as a shining example of the American success
Eminence Archbishop Demetrios, of the Greek Orthodox Archdiocese of
America, will deliver the benediction.