WASHINGTON (AP) -- Michelle Obama is in Denver today where she'll give tonight's prime-time speech at the Democratic National Convention, introducing her husband to the nation.
The potential first lady will have her largest TV audience ever.
The Chicago native is to be joined by her daughters, Malia and Sasha, her mother Marian Robinson, and her brother Craig Robinson, who'll introduce her. Barack Obama's younger sister also is scheduled to speak.
The theme of the first night of the convention is "One Nation" and a video tribute is planned to Massachusetts Senator Ted Kennedy who is battling brain cancer.
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