The moment Hillary Rodham Clinton's been waiting for at least eight years -- and, some say, a lot longer than that -- arrives tonight at fourth and final night of the Democratic National Convention in Philadelphia.
Clinton, a former First Lady, U.S. Senator and Secretary of State, will take the stage to accept the nomination for President of the United States.
She'll be the first woman to do so from a major political party in the nation's history.
And, according to the round of Wednesday night's speakers, she's well-qualified. And ready.
The Day Three lineup was stocked with high-end political talent, including Vice President Joe Biden, former New York City Mayor Michael Bloomberg, Vice Presidential nominee Sen. Tim Kaine of Virginia and President Barack H. Obama.
Each put on their strongest proof for why they believe Hillary should be elected as the nation's 45th American president, and why they think her Republican opponent is not only less qualified than she is for the office but an inherent danger to the country and the world.
Here's a reprise of each of those addresses from last night, and a look ahead to tonight's lineup:
Vice President Joe Biden entered the stage to the music of Rocky:
Michael Bloomberg said he was offering up "an unconventional convention speech":
Sen. Tim Kaine of Virginia, Hillary Clinton's pick for Vice President invited Republicans to cross over on November's ballot:
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Tonight's line-up includes a penultimate speech by once-upon-a-time, and may be again, first daughter, Chelsea Clinton.
Chelsea was first introduced to the nation as a 12-year-old child when her father, Bill Clinton was elected President in 1992.
The couple has a 22-month-old daughter, Charlotte, and a newborn son, Aidan, who was born June 18.
Here's the list of speakers on tonight's agenda, according to the Democratic National Committee's website:
- Henrietta Ivey, a home care worker from Michigan fighting for a $15 an hour minimum wage.
- Beth Mathias, an Ohio woman who works two jobs.
- Jensen Walcott & Jake Reed of Kansas who were on disparate pay scales at the pizzeria where they worked.
- Khizr Khan, whose son was one of 14 U.S. Muslims killed while serving in the nation's military since Sept. 11, 2001.
- Chelsea Clinton, daughter of Bill and Hillary Rodham Clinton.
- Hillary Rodham Clinton, Democratic nominee for U.S. President.