The transmission will begin with the presenter and senior political director of the chain, Juan Carlos López, who will offer an overview of the event through the space Direct USA.
Four hours later, at 8 pm, López will present the program from Atlanta Latin vote along with political analysts Rocío Vélez and Roberto Izurieta, while Al Cárdenas and Jorge Dávila will remain in Miami. Analyst Octavio Pescador will be in Los Angeles.
Among other topics, the group will discuss what to expect from the convention.
On Thursday 27, the day that President Donal Trump will deliver his acceptance speech, the political correspondent for the Ione Molinares network will follow the details of the event from an area near the White House.
The audience will be able to follow the broadcasts in Spanish at CNNEspanol.com/votolatino
For its part, CNN International will carry out extensive coverage during the four days of the event, from 8 pm to 2 pm
It will feature presenters Anderson Cooper, Wolf Blitzer, Jake Tapper, Dana Bash, John King, Chris Cuomo and Don Lemon, and correspondents Jim Acosta, Kaitlan Collins, Ryan Nobles, and Jeff Zeleny.
Reports and analysis will be provided by David Chalian, Gloria Borger, David Axelrod, Nia-Malika Henderson, Abby Phillip, and Mark Preston.
The list of commentators includes Rick Santorum, Jennifer Granholm, David Urban, Amanda Carpenter, and Daniel Dale.
In the meantime, Dr. Sanjay Gupta will update the audience on the passing of CODIV-19.
Throughout the week, CNN’s political team will report on the course of events with exclusive coverage and analysis in Live Story through its digital platforms.
On YouTube, the space The Point with Chris Cillizza will host a special convention schedule that will answer questions with a group of Democratic strategists.
He CNN Election Center will keep users informed about candidates, key dates, polls and headlines until the day of the presidential elections.