Tampa, Fl. - It's a quiet start on the floor of the Republican National Convention Wednesday morning, but it will ramp up when some very high profile names take the stage as headline speakers.
Former Secretary of State, Condoleezza Rice will speak Wednesday night. She is the first black female to hold that job. She was protested Tuesday by about a dozen anti-war protesters at an event she was attending.
Rice is one of three "female firsts" taking the stage. New Mexico Governor, Susana Martinez is the first female and hispanic governor of the state. She is also the youngest sitting governor. She is slated to speak Wednesday night.
South Carolina Gov. Nikki Haley, the first female governor of that state was also a speaker this week. Having these women speak could very well help get the women's vote for Romney. Women turned out in high numbers to vote in the 2008 election.
Florida Attorney General Pam Bondi is also scheduled to speak Wednesday night. At a breakfast Tuesday with Florida delegates at Innisbrook Resort, Bondi told the crowd she will be speaking about the federal government.
Vice presidential nominee Rep. Paul Ryan will also speak Wednesday, some say the tone of his speech will be that of the one he made earlier this week in Wisconsin.
Then, there's the mystery guest. The Daily Caller listed five people as possibilities: Joe Lieberman, Colin Powell, Nancy Reagan, Clint Eastwood and Tim Tebow.
Reagan and Eastwood have already endorsed Romney. The Daily Caller says it would be a great get for Romney to get a Powell endorsement since he endorsed Obama in 2008.
The publication says Tebow is least likely, but names him because Olympians are making an appearance before the speaker and there's always hype surrounding the star quarterback.
Other publications have mentioned former Alaska governor, Sarah Palin.
The "mystery guest" will speak right before Senator Marco Rubio and Mitt Romney.