The Republican National Convention in Cleveland continues on Day 3, with Wisconsin Gov. Scott Walker scheduled to deliver a prime-time speech, along with Indiana Gov. Mike Pence.
Donald Trump announced his choice of Pence as a running mate July 16, during a rally that opened with a Rolling Stones song — "You Can't Always Get What You Want."
The theme of RNC Day 3 is “Make America First Again" and the evening will feature several of the "also rans" who campaigned against Trump for the GOP nomination.
The announcement of the speakers said, "America has always been an exceptional nation. Unfortunately, years of bad policies and poor leadership have weakened our position abroad and limited our opportunities here at home. In a Trump administration, America will reclaim its historic role in the world and Americans’ best interests will be the touchstone for any presidential decision on domestic or foreign policy.
The lineup includes Walker and Pence, as well as Lynne Patton, Eric Trump, former House Speaker Newt Gingrich.
A more detailed look at the prime-time lineup…
• Florida Gov. Rick Scott, who was CEO for 10 years at Columbia Hospital Corporation.
• Radio host Laura Ingraham, a former white-collar defense attorney and Supreme Court law clerk, who hosts The Laura Ingraham Show.
• Businessman Phil Ruffin, who started his first business in 1959 with a single convenience store and expanded it into an operation with 65 stores in four states.
• Florida Attorney General Pam Bondi, a favorite among Christian conservatives for her opposition to equality for LGBT people and her opposition to reproductive choice.
• Retired astronaut Eileen Collins, a veteran of four Space Shuttle missions.
• Business owner Michelle Van Etten.
• Kentucky Senator Ralph Alvarado Jr., who trained as a physician specializing in internal medicine and pediatrics.
• Dr. Darrell C. Scott, senior pastor and co-founder of New Spirit Revival Center Ministries in Ohio.
• Entrepreneur Harold Hamm of Continental Resources, "soon to became a NYSE-traded, Top 10 oil producer in the United States Lower 48."
• Wisconsin Gov. Scott Walker, who ran for president and is preparing to run for reelection. He banked his presidential campaign on his reputation among conservatives for attacking unions, opposing immigrant rights, advancing limits on abortion access, restricting voting rights and cutting public education opportunities.
• Lynne Patton of the Eric Trump Foundation.
• U.S. Senator Marco Rubio of Florida, who ran for president. He is addressing the convention by video.
• U.S. Senator Ted Cruz of Texas, who ran for president. During the primary season, Trump frequently referred to him as "Lyin' Ted Cruz."
• Eric Trump, executive vice president of The Trump Organization and the son of Donald Trump.
• Former House Speaker Newt Gingrich of Georgia and a 2012 candidate for president.
• Callista Gingrich, president of Gingrich Productions and the husband of Newt Gingrich.
• Indiana Gov. Mike Pence, whose earned his national profile for his opposition to LGBT equality, especially marriage equality, and opposition to immigrant rights and reproductive freedoms.