The Republican National Convention culminates tonight with remarks by the presidential nominee Mitt Romney. Here are the other faces you'll see tonight:
You know him because: He's a U.S. representative and Senate candidate from Florida.
Republicans love him because: He strongly opposes federal bailouts, and cosponsored an amendment to the constitution requiring a balanced federal budget.
Democrats don't like him because: He signed the Taxpayer Protection Pledge and refuses to raise taxes.
You know him because: He was a representative from Georgia, the speaker of the House, and a 2012 Republican presidential candidate.
He doesn't want you to remember: He has had multiple affairs and cheated on his wives (he's been married three times), but campaigns on conservative family values.
Republicans love him because: In 1994 he helped write the Contract with America, a Republican document advocating lower taxes and a smaller government. The party gained a congressional majority for the first time since the 1950s and the contract was considered a great success for the conservative movement as a whole.
Democrats don't like him because: He signed the "Personhood USA pledge" and does not support abortion under any circumstance.
You know her because: She's the wife of Newt Gingrich.
She doesn't want you to remember: She testified in her husband's divorce proceedings that they had a six-year affair while he was still married to his previous wife.
You know him because: He's the son of Republican presidential nominee Mitt Romney.
Republicans love him because: He speaks Spanish and can directly appeal to Latino voters on behalf of his father.
You know him because: He's a former governor of Florida, the son of former President George H.W. Bush, and the brother of former President George W. Bush.
He doesn't want you to remember: He recently criticized the Republican Party for its extreme partisanship and refusal to find common ground with Democrats.
Republicans love him because: Bush was a popular governor of the diverse state of Florida, appealing to Latino, African-American, and Jewish voters, and has been effective at getting members of those groups to support the GOP.
Democrats don't like him because: He supports capital punishment and executed 21 people while in office.
You know him because: He's the chairman of the Romney for President campaign.
Republicans love him because: He was one of Romney's partners at Bain Capital and has been a part of each of Romney's political campaigns.
You know him because: He was a bishop at the Belmont meetinghouse in Massachusetts, after Romney led the Mormon congregation.
You know him because: He founded office supply chain Staples.
Republicans love him because: Romney and Bain Capital backed Stemberg's business, and he's been a vocal defendant of Romney's record at the venture capital firm and emphasizes the value of Romney's experience in the private sector.
You know her because: She's served as lieutenant governor of Massachusetts under Romney.
Republicans love her because: She helped Romney eliminate a $600 million gap in the Massachusetts state budget with her Municipal Relief Act.
You know her because: She served as Massachusetts secretary of Labor and Workforce under Romney.