Hillary Clinton To Formally Accept Party’s Nomination At Democratic National Convention

It’s the final night of the Democratic National Convention in Philadelphia.

Thursday night, Democratic presidential nominee Hillary Clinton will take the stage to formally accept her party’s historic nomination.

She will be introduced by her daughter, Chelsea.

There is a lot of anticipation building after Wednesday night’s speeches, where President Obama drummed up some stirring support for the party’s first female nominee.

“There has never been a man or a woman, not me, not Bill, nobody, more qualified than Hillary Clinton to serve as president of the United States of America,” said Obama.

Thursday afternoon, we got a chance to speak with Democratic Representative Debbie Dingell from Michigan’s 12th district, who has known Hillary Clinton for more than three decades.

“She’s one of the most steadfast, smartest, never gives up, stays focuses, problem solving people I know. In the next few months, it’s the personal side that I think she’s got to let people see and know more. But I think she’ll do it, and I think she’ll win,” said Dingell.

Prime time DNC coverage starts Thursday night at 10 on 9&10.