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.
You know him because: He's captain of the 1980 Olympic gold men's hockey team.
You know him because: He's an Olympic gold medal speed skater.
You know her because: She's an Olympic gold medal skeet shooter.
You know him because: He's a senator from Florida.
He doesn't want you to remember: During his campaign, Rubio used the narrative that his parents fled Cuba in 1959 to escape dictator Fidel Castro, when in fact they migrated in 1956 and were not political refugees.
Republicans love him because: He's a rising Latino star and Tea Party favorite.
Democrats don't like him because: He had been developing immigration reform similar to that announced by Obama in June, and accused the president of using his deportation stay immigration policy for young undocumented immigrants for political gain.
You know him because: He's the former governor of Massachusetts and is the Republican presidential nominee.
He doesn't want you to remember: He has made a number of gaffes on the campaign trail, including that he likes "being able to fire people," that he is "not concerned about the very poor," and that London's preparations for the Olympic Games were "disconcerting." He has also changed his stance on abortion, climate change, and whether the healthcare overhaul he passed as governor could work on national level.
Republicans love him because: He is their nominee to defeat Obama and retake the White House.
Democrats don't like him because: He opposes the Affordable Care Act despite championing similar legislation while he was governor of Massachusetts.