DML News brings you the following information from BOSTONGLOBE.COM:
Even as he repeatedly denies any interest in running for president in 2020, US Representative Joe Kennedy III will head to New Hampshire, a state that kicks off the presidential primary season, to deliver a keynote speech at a major Democratic Party dinner this fall.
Kennedy, a Democrat from Newton, will be a featured speaker at the Grover Cleveland dinner this October, an event that raises money for the Carroll County Democrats. He will headline the event with onetime US Senate candidate Jason Kander of Missouri, who is making moves to run for president.
The article goes on to state the following:
The dinner is traditionally considered a testing ground for those considering a run for president — a forum in which they can try out their message and meet key Democratic activists in the months ahead of the primary. Previous keynote speakers at the event have included those running for president, or thinking about it, like Hillary Clinton, Al Gore, former Maryland governor Martin O’Malley, and former Indiana senator Evan Bayh. When former Massachusetts governor Deval Patrick gave the event’s keynote speech in 2014, it started major White House campaign buzz.