Kansas Governor Kathleen Sebelius will be among the top speakers on the second night of the Democratic Party's national convention in Denver.
Gov. Sebelius is one of six governors slated to address convention delegates on August 26 before the keynote address is delivered by former Virginia Governor Mark Warner. Senator Hillary Clinton will deliver the night's headline speech.
Gov. Sebelius was one of Obama's earliest supporters. She is a co-chair of the convention and has been mentioned as a possible vice presidential pick.
Convention organizers have not yet released the time when she will speak.