From The Washington Post:

On Wednesday, a day after Clinton made history as the first woman nominated for president by a major party, Democrats plan to tout her qualifications for the job, calling on President Obama, Vice President Biden, former New York mayor Michael Bloomberg and others to make the case.

Democrats will also hear from Clinton’s running mate, Sen. Timothy M. Kaine (D-Va.), who is revered among many in the party but is still not widely known by most Americans.

The party is also poised to double down on Clinton’s push to enact tough new gun control laws by featuring families of the victims of the recent Orlando nightclub shooting; the daughter of the principal of Sandy Hook Elementary School, who was shot dead in a 2012 shooting; and astronaut Mark Kelly and his wife, former Rep. Gabrielle Giffords, the victim of a 2011 assassination attempt. The couple leads a gun safety organization.

On Tuesday, a parade of supporters from all walks of life — led by husband Bill Clinton, whose long, folksy telling of their love story was the evening’s capstone — tried to open a window into Hillary Clinton’s character and motivations by sharing a medley of personal anecdotes.

Bill Clinton harked back to the spring of 1971, when he was a lovestruck young man from Arkansas smitten by the brainy blonde he spotted across a law-school classroom.

“We’ve been walking and talking and laughing together ever since,” the former president said of the woman he would marry. “We’ve done it in good times and bad, through joy and heartbreak. . . . We built up a lifetime of memories.”

The clear takeaway was intended to be that

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