It was reported earlier this month that Senate candidate Elizabeth Warren (D-Mass.) was being considered to deliver the keynote speech at the Democratic National Convention in September. She won't be but she will be featured as a prominent speaker just before Former President Bill Clinton.
Warren said in her own statement that “it will be an honor” to share the stage with Clinton.
“I grew up in a hard-working family, in an America that was investing in kids like me. President Obama is committed to making sure that America has a level playing field for all our families and to ensuring that every kid has the opportunity to make it,” she said. “Mitt Romney and the Republicans want to go back to the same policies that broke this economy. It is time to move forward.”