By Sal Gentile and Katherine Guthrie
On tomorrow's show, we'll preview the upcoming Democratic National Convention by taking a close look at the state of the modern Democratic Party -- the voters, delegates, funders and interest groups that make up today's Democratic coalition. We'll examine the decline of organized labor and President Obama's relationship with Wall Street, and we'll have a blockbuster panel of House and Senate candidates from across the country, to tell us what they're seeing in their battleground districts as they interact with voters.
Joining Chris tomorrow at 8 AM ET will be:
Van Jones (@vanjones68), the former special adviser for green jobs in the Obama White House and co-founder of Rebuild the Dream.
Rob Zerban (@robzerban), the Democratic candidate challenging Rep. Paul Ryan in Wisconsin's first congressional district.
Cynthia Dill (@dillesquire), a state senator from Maine and Democratic candidate for the U.S. Senate seat being vacated by retiring Sen. Olympia Snowe (R).
New York State Assemblyman Hakeem Jeffries (@TeamJeffries), Democratic congressional candidate in New York's 8th district.
Arizona State Senator Kyrsten Sinema (@kyrstensinema), Democratic congressional candidate in Arizona's 9th district.
Nate Shinagawa (@nateshinagawa), the vice chair of the Tompkins County Legislature in New York and Democratic congressional candidate in New York's 23rd district.
Robert Wolf, former president of UBS Bank, member of President Obama's Council on Jobs and Competitiveness, and host of the weekly webcast "Impact Players" on the Reuters YouTube channel.
John Nichols (@nicholsuprising), Washington correspondent for The Nation and associate editor for The Capital Times in Madison, Wisconsin.
Neera Tanden (@neeratanden), president of the Center for American Progress.
Rose Aguilar (@roseaguilar) radio host of "Your Call" on KALW radio in San Francisco and op-ed contributor to Al Jazeera English.