Bill Clinton is slated to take the stage Wednesday night at the Democratic National Convention.
Democrats are counting on Clinton's popularity to give President Barack Obama a boost.
But former Republican New Hampshire Gov. John Sununu said Clinton's speech could "induce nostalgia for the days of balanced budgets and bipartisan accomplishments."
The Ohio delegation heard from Sen. Sherrod Brown on Wednesday and Obama for America campaign manager Jim Messina. Brown is attempting to retain his seat while in close battle with state treasurer Josh Mandel.
The other big convention news is that the delegates will not change venues for Obama's speech on Thursday.
Committee members announced the programming scheduled for the outdoor venue on Thursday evening will now be inside because of severe weather.
A campaign official told 10TV News what Ohioans can expect to hear from the president.
"They're going to hear those tough things from the president that we've been through over the last four years and recovering from this economic crisis: the building blocks we've put in place to make sure we have an economy built to last, Ohio is a good to that. The investments we've made; the decisions the President has made to save the auto industry," said deputy campaign manager Stephanie Cutter.
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