President Obama’s acceptance speech has been moved. It was originally going to be at the outdoor 74,000 person capacity Bank of America Stadium, however due to weather, it will be moving. The speech will now take place at the Time Warner Arena where the rest of the convention is taking place. The arena, however, only seats 20,000, which should put to rest the rumors that not all the seats will be filled. However, it raises the question what will happen to the other people now without a seat. Vice President Biden’s speech has also been moved, as he was set to introduce President Obama. The running mate’s usual spot is the day before the nominee’s speech, however that timeslot is being used by former President Bill Clinton to nominate President Obama.