Welcome to National Journal’s Assemblage Daybook, which provides a attic agenda and a account of above contest at the Democratic National Assemblage anniversary day.
Former Admiral Clinton and Massachusetts Senate applicant Elizabeth Warren banderole today’s attic action, admitting there will be a abounding calendar of speakers. Actuality are the highlights:
5 p.m. to 6 p.m.
Luis Gutierrez, Illinois RepresentativeDiana DeGette, Colorado RepresentativeThomas Menino, Boston MayorJohn Larson, Connecticut Representative
6 p.m. to 7 p.m.Richard Trumka, AFL-CIO PresidentSteve Israel, New York RepresentativePatty Murray, Washington RepresentativeCharles Schumer, New York SenatorKaren Bass, California RepresentativeAl Green, Texas RepresentativeEmanuel Cleaver, Missouri RepresentativeDannel Malloy, Connecticut Governor
7 p.m. to 8 p.m.
Nancy Pelosi, House Minority LeaderBarbara Mikulski, Maryland Senator
8 p.m. to 9 p.m.
Barney Frank, Massachusetts RepresentativeEric Shinseki, Secretary of Veterans AffairsMichael Nutter, Philadelphia MayorJohn Hickenlooper, Colorado GovernorJack Markell, Delaware Governor
9 p.m. to 10 p.m.
Kamala Harris, California Attorney GeneralSandra Fluke, women’s rights activistChris Van Hollen, Maryland Representative
10 p.m. to 11 p.m.
Jim Sinegal, co-founder of CostcoElizabeth Warren, Massachusetts Senate candidateAntonio Villaraigosa, Los Angeles MayorBill Clinton, above U.S. President
TODAY’S EVENTSEvent times and advice are accountable to changes and updates throughout the day. For the latest information, amuse visit National Journal’s events page, log in to NJ’s mobile apps, or acquaintance accident organizers.
8-9 A.M. — Zumba/CardioFunk Ball ClassDidn’t get abundant dancing aftermost night? Shake your canal affair at a chargeless Zumba/Cardiofunk ball fettle class, organized by the Center for Integrative Medicine and Wellness. Midtown Park. Click actuality to RSVP. Contact: 704-543-2325.
8-10 A.M. — Playbook BreakfastJoin Politico Chief White House Contributor Mike Allen for a morning chat with a newsmaker to bang off the day’s assemblage activities. The Charlotte Observer cohosts. Packard Place, 222 S. Church. RSVP: [email protected]
8-9:30 A.M. — Breakfast With Madeleine AlbrightNow this is a breakfast of champions. Above Secretary of State Madeleine Albright, Obama attack chief adviser Michele Flournoy, and Illinois aldermanic applicant Tammy Duckworth will allocution account and cede at this breakfast anniversary associates of the military. Hosted by the Truman National Security Project. Fitzgerald’s Irish Pub, 201 E. Fifth St. $250 for non-Truman Project members. Contact: [email protected]
8:30-10:30 A.M. — Golden State BreakfastWhen we anticipate breakfast in the Golden State, we anticipate avocados. No chat on the card for the California delegation’s breakfast meeting, but accepted speakers accommodate Los Angeles Mayor Antonio Villaraigosa, California Lt. Gov. Gavin Newsom, Planned Parenthood Admiral Cecile Richards, and Sen. Dianne Feinstein. The Blake Hotel, 555 S. McDowell St. Accessible to columnist with convention-issued credentials.
8:30 A.M.-1 P.M. — Architecture a Acceptable EconomyWhat does it beggarly to body a added acceptable economy? Find out at a appointment featuring Timberland Chief Administrator for Environmental Stewardship Betsy Blaisdell, InVenture CEO and architect Shivani Siroya, Seventh Generation Cofounder Jeffrey Hollender, and others. Hosted by the American Acceptable Business Council. Offices of K&L Gates, Hearst Tower, 214 N. Tryon St., 47th Floor. Photo ID appropriate to access the building. Online allotment required.
9:30-11 A.M. — 2012 Aldermanic Elections It’s not aloof about the presidential acclamation this November. Accompany Hotline’s Reid Wilson and John Dickerson of CBS News for a altercation on the top Senate and House contest of the cycle. Featured guests are Rep. Chris Van Hollen of Maryland, Guy Cecil of the Democratic Senatorial Attack Committee, Robby Mook of the Democratic Aldermanic Attack Committee, and Jennifer Duffy and David Wasserman of The Cook Political Report. McColl Center for Visual Art, 721 N. Tryon St. Click actuality to RSVP.
9:30-11 A.M. — The Big PicturePBS NewsHour hosts a big-picture altercation on the 2012 acclamation featuring Charlotte Mayor Anthony Foxx, Atlanta Mayor Kasim Reed, and California Lt. Gov. Gavin Newsom. NASCAR Anteroom of Fame, 400 E. Martin Luther King Jr. Blvd. Contact: [email protected] By invitation.
9:30-11:30 A.M. — Families USA/SEIU Bloom Affliction ForumFamilies USA and the Account Employees International Union host a appointment on bloom affliction policy. White House Deputy Chief of Staff Nancy-Ann DeParle and Reps. Xavier Becerra of California and John Lewis of Georgia will be amid the panelists. NASCAR Anteroom of Fame, 400 E. Martin Luther King Jr. Blvd. Contact: [email protected]
10-11 A.M. — How Technology is Alteration Backroom Arch honchos from Twitter, Facebook, Eventbrite, Ustream, and the 2012 Assemblage Host Lath accomplish article of a discussion-panel dream aggregation for this topic: How technology is alteration politics. Packard Place, 222 S. Church St. Pick up your PPL accreditation online actuality to attend.
10-11:30 A.M. — Aborigine Affect and the Campaigns Leading pollsters Whit Ayres, Peter Hart, Stan Greenberg, and Andrew Kohut altercate the latest in how aborigine affect is abstraction campaigns (and carnality versa). Allotment of the National Democratic Institute’s three-day forum. Belk Theater at the Blumenthal Assuming Arts Center, 130 N. Tryon St. Click actuality for tickets. Contact: [email protected]
10-11:30 A.M. — Latino-Jewish RelationsJoin AJC, associates of Congress, and activity experts for a altercation of the interests Latino and Jewish communities share, and how the two groups can assignment together. The New Gallery of Modern Art, 435 S. Tryon St. #110. Contact: [email protected]
10 A.M.-Noon — Brunch with Elizabeth WarrenHow does banking ameliorate crusader Elizabeth Warren like her eggs—or is she added of a pancake person? Find out at this brunch fundraiser for the Massachusetts Senate candidate. Mint Museum Uptown, 500 S. Tryon St. Click actuality to RSVP. Questions? Email [email protected]
10 A.M.-Noon — Mind the GapThe bisect amid the wealthiest 1 percent of the U.S. and the blow of the country has been in the spotlight this year. This session, dubbed “Mind the Gap,” will appraise the abundance gap and alarm for it to be mended. Presented by NETWORK, a Catholic social-justice lobby. St. Peter’s Catholic Church, 507 S. Tryon St., Biss Hall. Accessible to the public.
10 A.M.-Noon — Ethel: Robert F. Kennedy’s WidowThe IMPACT Blur Festival presents this screening of the HBO documentary Ethel. Robert Kennedy’s widow, Ethel, lends her articulation and memories to this blur directed by her daughter, Emmy Award-winning filmmaker Rory Kennedy. Mez & EpiCentre Theaters, 210 E. Trade St. Click actuality for tickets.
10 A.M.-Noon — Michelle Obama AddressesThe Black Caucus, Hispanic Caucus, Ethnic Council, Asian American and Pacific Islander Caucus, and Native American Council will assemble this morning. Aboriginal adult Michelle Obama will abode the African-American conclave at 10:50 a.m. and the Hispanic conclave at 11:20 a.m. Charlotte Assemblage Center, 501 S. College St. Chargeless and accessible to the public, but you charge annals for a credential to attend. Find out added (including breadth to go) here.
10:30-11:30 A.M. — Altercation with Madeleine AlbrightJoin Bloomberg Government for an affectionate altercation with above Secretary of State Madeleine Albright on the Obama administering and the United States’ abode in the world. Bloomberg Link, 210 E. Trade St., Third Floor. Click actuality to RSVP.
11:30 A.M.-12:30 P.M. — Are Unions Relevant?Are unions relevant? This Bloomberg/American Federation of Teachers cafeteria console will altercate their role in 2012. Participants accommodate AFT Admiral Randi Weingarten, Center for American Progress Admiral Neera Tanden, and New Haven, Conn., Mayor John DeStefano Jr. Bloomberg Link, 210 E. Trade St., Third Floor. Click actuality to RSVP.
11:30 A.M.-1:30 P.M. — Women in BusinessWhat challenges do changeable small-business owners charge to affected in adjustment to abound their companies? Learn added over cafeteria with Women Impacting Accessible Activity and the Small Business Entrepreneurship Council. Whisky River in the EpiCentre, A-208, 210 E. Trade St. Click actuality to register.
11:30 A.M.-2:30 P.M. — Aggregation USA on Children’s HealthEight 2012 Olympians from Aggregation USA—including four of the “Fierce Five” associates of the women’s gymnastics team—will be talking about their careers and the accent of children’s bloom and wellness. Tickets amount $150, and accommodate cafeteria with the athletes. A allocation of the gain goes to charity. Foundation for the Carolinas, 220 N. Tryon St. Click actuality for tickets.
Noon — America’s Activity Future, With National Journal National Journal’s activity anchorman Amy Harder leads a cafeteria altercation on America’s activity future. McColl Center for Visual Art, 721 N. Tryon St. By invitation.
Noon — Cafeteria with the Creative Coalition It’s a bird, it’s a plane—it’s a alternation car adapted into a restaurant. The Patron Tequila Express is affairs into Charlotte, and The Creative Coalition hosts a ogna on board. 1710 N. Tryon St. By invitation. Noon-1:30 P.M. — What’s Aing for Energy, With PoliticoWhat’s aing for activity in the U.S.? Politico hosts a cafeteria chat with Kevin Book of ClearView Activity Partners, above EPA Administrator Carol Browner, Rep. Edward Markey of Massachusetts, and above Govs. Bill Richardson of New Mexico and Bill Ritter of Colorado. Packard Place, 222 S. Church St. RSVP: [email protected]
Noon-2:30 P.M. — How to Actualize JobsHow to actualize jobs in this abridgement is a big question—and a difficult one. Accompany moderators Tom Brokaw of NBC and Arianna Huffington of The Huffington Post for this cafeteria console with San Antonio Mayor Julian Castro, National Economic Council Administrator Gene Sperling, artist will.i.am, and added appropriate guests to altercate accessible answers. The Ritz-Carlton Charlotte, 201 E. Trade St., Ballroom. By invitation.
12:30-1:30 P.M. — Backroom and the Hispanic CommunityNational Journal, Univision News, and ABC News will appraise how the beforehand of the Hispanic association and the country’s alive demographics affect the country’s activity and politics. Rep. Xavier Becerra of California, San Antonio Mayor Julian Castro, and Los Angeles Mayor Antonio Villaraigosa will counterbalance in. The altercation will be chastened by NJ’s Ronald Brownstein, Univision’s Maria Elena Salinas, and Jake Tapper of ABC News. McColl Center for Visual Art, 721 N. Tryon St. By invitation.1-2 P.M. — Architecture a Agenda InfrastructureJoin Bloomberg and Broadband for America to altercate the opportunities and challenges of architecture the country’s agenda infrastructure. Participants accommodate above Rep. Harold Ford Jr., Mike Mandel of the Progressive Activity Institute, and Mike Riley of Bloomberg Government. Bloomberg Link, 210 E. Trade St., Third Floor. RSVP here.
1:15-3 P.M. — Women in PoliticsWomen voters and candidates will comedy a big role in the 2012 election. Celebrate them at a boondocks anteroom hosted by EMILY’s Account and Marie Claire magazine, featuring extra and activist Ashley Judd, Sen. Kirsten Gillibrand of New York, and above Orlando Police Chief and aldermanic applicant Val Demings. Knight Theater, 430 S. Tryon St. Doors at 12:30 p.m. Accession to follow.
2-3:30 P.M. — Women in InnovationCelebrate the accent of women in addition with this Global Women’s Addition Arrangement tea and albino reception. Winston & Strawn, 100 N. Tryon St. RSVP here.
2-4 P.M. — Ache Hits HomeEven in America, bags of accouchement go to bed hungry. The Food Network, in affiliation with Allotment Our Strength’s No Kid Athirst Campaign, takes a accessory at the botheration of adolescence ache in the U.S.—and how it can be addressed—in “Hunger Hits Home,” allotment of the 2012 IMPACT Blur Festival. Mez & EpiCentre Theaters, 210 E. Trade St. Tickets here.
2-4:30 P.M. — Appointment on American CompetitivenessThis is a big one. Duke Activity CEO Jim Rogers, Harvard Business School assistant Michael Porter, and the Aspen Institute’s Walter Isaacson are aloof a few of the acclaimed guests accommodating in the “Forum on American Competitiveness,” sponsored by Duke Activity and Verizon. Wells Fargo Auditorium, 420 S. Tryon St. Online allotment required.
2:30-4:30 P.M. — Conversations With the Aing GenerationThis “Conversations With the Aing Generation” boondocks anteroom will assemble leaders from politics, media, business, and amusing activity to altercate analytical issues with acceptance and adolescent Americans. Featured guests accommodate extra and Voto Latino baton America Ferrera; Johnson C. Smith University Admiral Ronald Carter; apprentice Charles Hauser; MTV contributor Andrew Jenks; amateur and above White House Associate Administrator Kal Penn; Atlanta Mayor Kasim Reed; StudentsFirst’s Michelle Rhee; Ourtime.org admiral and cofounder Matthew Segal; and Adolescent Democrats of America Admiral Rod Snyder. It will be chastened by NBC’s Chelsea Clinton and Chuck Todd and National Journal’s Chris Frates. Hosted by National Journal, The Atlantic, and Microsoft. Discovery Place, 3D Theatre, 301 N. Tryon St. By invitation. Acceptance absorbed in accessory should acquaintance [email protected]
3-4 P.M. — Cass Sunstein InterviewBloomberg Chief Content Officer Norman Pearlstine will account above Office of Advice and Regulatory Affairs Administrator Cass Sunstein. Sunstein helped appearance the Obama administration’s access to rulemaking and interpreting the law—and, at times, afflicted up altercation in the process. Bloomberg Link, 210 E. Trade St., Third Floor. RSVP here.
3-4:30 P.M. — Architecture Healthier CitiesNational Journal and The Atlantic analyze how partnerships amid the accessible and clandestine breadth can optimize beforehand in association health. Innovative care-delivery models will be accent at this “Building Healthier Cities” panel, chastened by Steve Clemons, The Atlantic’s Washington editor-at-large. Featured guests accommodate Ginny Ehrlich of the Alliance for a Healthier Generation, Penny Gordon-Larsen of the University of North Carolina, Heath Morrison of Charlotte-Mecklenburg Schools, Samuel R. Nussbaum of WellPoint, Minneapolis Mayor R.T. Rybak, David Satcher of the Satcher Bloom Leadership Institute, and Randi Weingarten of the American Federation of Teachers. McColl Center for Visual Art, 721 N. Tryon St. RSVP here.
3:15-4:45 P.M. — Mayoral PanelThe mayors of Charlotte, Houston, Philadelphia, and Florence, Italy, altercate what cities charge to beforehand in an added burghal century. Organized by the National Democratic Institute, the Charlotte in 2012 Host Committee, the Center for American Progress Activity Fund, and the United States Conference of Mayors. Belk Theater at the Blumenthal Assuming Arts Center, 130 N. Tryon St. Tickets: blumenthalcenter.org. Contact: [email protected]
3:30-4:30 P.M. — America’s Activity FutureJoin Sen. Ben Cardin of Maryland, National Journal’s Amy Harder, Rich Deming of Calor Energy, and Ian Kim of Rebuild the Dream for a altercation of the country’s activity future. Packard Place, 4th Floor, 222 S. Church St. Pick up your PPL accreditation ($125) online to attend.
3:30-5 P.M. — Two-State, Two-Olive Martini BarFor those who feel like shaking—or stirring—up their day with a little adopted activity discussion, J Street will highlight its advancement for a two-state band-aid in the Middle East at this “Two-State, Two-Olive Martini Bar” reception. Wooden Vine Bar and Bistro, 231 N. Tryon St. RSVP here. Contact: [email protected]
4:30-7 P.M. — Knife Fight ScreeningThe alone affair bigger than a cine starring Rob Lowe? A cine starring Rob Lowe as a architect accomplishing accident ascendancy for scandal-plagued politicians. Meet Knife Fight stars Eric McCormack and Richard Schiff as able-bodied as the movie’s writers and administrator at this appropriate beforehand screening. NASCAR Anteroom of Fame, 400 E. Martin Luther King Jr. Blvd. Free. RSVP here.
5-6:15 P.M. — Powering the CityLeaders from the country’s cities and the activity industry will accompany National Journal and The Atlantic for this altercation on how to abate activity consumption, access efficiency, and ability cities in the future. Featured guests are Orlando Mayor Buddy Dyer, Jason Hartke of the U.S. Green Architecture Council, Alex Laskey of Opower, and Lee McIntire of CH2M Hill. Steve Clemons, The Atlantic’s Washington editor-at-large, will moderate. McColl Center for Visual Art, 721 N. Tryon St. RSVP here.6-8 P.M. — Horton’s Kids ReceptionWashington restaurateur Victor Albisu leads a chef’s tasting accession to account two D.C. breadth children’s nonprofits: Capital Breadth REACH and Horton’s Kids. Both groups accept a able arrangement of Washington supporters—look no added than aboriginal adult Michelle Obama, who has lent her abutment to Horton’s Kids. NC Music Factory, 1000 NC Music Factory Blvd. Contact: [email protected] By invitation.
6-10 P.M. — Democratic National Assemblage Committee’s Watch PartyWatch the official assemblage affairs with Democrats from beyond the country at the Democratic National Assemblage Committee’s official watch party. Charlotte Assemblage Center, 501 S. College St., Room 217ABCD. RSVP here.
7:30-11 P.M. — National Journal, The Atlantic Watch PartyJoin National Journal, The Atlantic, and added assemblage stakeholders to watch tonight’s attic activity at this nightly party. McColl Center for Visual Art, 721 N. Tryon St. By invitation.
9 P.M. — Democratic Governors Association PartyThe Democratic Governors Association will be hosting a affair at Strike City tonight. Want to basin with the big shots? You’ll charge an invitation. 210 E. Trade St.
9 P.M. — Kem ConcertShare your night with R&B accompanist songwriter Kem, who’ll be assuming at the Ovens Auditorium at the Bojangles Coliseum. 2700 E. Independence Blvd. Tickets here. Ticket prices vary. A allocation of the gain go to account the Democratic National Lath and the Obama campaign.
9 P.M. — Rock the Vote ConcertTimes like these … are abundant for concerts. Rock the Vote hosts this club appearance featuring Foo Fighters. The Fillmore, 1000 NC Music Factory Blvd. $50. Click actuality or alarm 800-745-3000 for tickets. Charge be 18 or older.
9:30 P.M. — Purple Carpet BashActresses Rosario Dawson and America Ferrera and hip-hop mogul Russell Simmons are alone a few of the acclaimed faces you’ll atom at Voto Latino’s “Purple Carpet Bash.” The goal: to accompany artists, association leaders, and politicians calm in abutment of Latino aborigine outreach. All American Pub, 200 E. Bland St. By invitation. Columnist analysis in begins at 9 P.M.
10 P.M.-2 A.M. — Irish American PartyYou don’t charge a basin of shamrocks to appear this party, hosted by the Irish American Democrats, a political activity lath that advocates for Irish issues. RiRa Irish Pub and Restaurant, 208 N. Tryon St. $75. RSVP: [email protected]
10 P.M.-2 A.M. — Third Way BashCentrist anticipate catchbasin Third Way expects hundreds of adopted officials, chief staffers, industry leaders, and associates of the media to appearance up to its big assemblage bash. Mez, 210 E. Trade St. By invitation. Contact: [email protected]
10 P.M.-2 A.M. — Big Sky PartyBig Sky country and pro-abortion-rights leaders aggregation up to account Nancy Keenan, arch of NARAL Pro-Choice America. Montana Gov. Brian Schweitzer account the party’s honorary host committee, and Obama attack administrator Jim Messina will be a featured guest. Kanvas Gallery, 525 E. Sixth St. #117. By invitation.
10 P.M. — B-52s ConcertTake a cruise to Planet Claire. The B-52s are headlining a account concert hosted by The Creative Coalition. NC Music Factory, 1000 NC Music Factory Blvd. By invitation. Columnist should acquaintance [email protected] for credentials.
11 P.M.-1 A.M. — Acela Corridor ReceptionCalling citizenry of the Acela corridor: Pennsylvania, New Jersey, New York, and Delaware are hosting a collective accession afterwards the assemblage speeches blanket up for the evening. Discovery Place, 301 N. Tryon St. By invitation.
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