Hillary Clinton Will Formally Accept Nomination at DNC Thursday

Hillary Clinton addresses the Democratic National Convention via a live video feed from New York City on July 26. Mark Kauzlarich/Reuters

Updated | Hillary Clinton will make history Thursday night, as she formally accepts the Democratic Party's presidential nomination onstage at the Wells Fargo Center in Philadelphia. She will become the first woman in U.S. history to represent a major political party in the general election.

The scheduled events for the last day of the convention will begin at 4 p.m. Eastern time. Below is a list of the speakers.

Gene Karpinski, president of the League of Conservation Voters

Peggy Flanagan, state representative of Minnesota

Ted Deutch, U.S. representative of Florida

Antonio Villaraigosa, former mayor of Los Angeles

Bakari Sellers, former state representative of South Carolina

Jamie Harrison, South Carolina Democratic Party chairman

Maxine Waters, U.S. representative of California

Chad Griffin, president of the Human Rights Campaign

Cedric Richmond, U.S. representative of Louisiana

Crisanta Duran, Colorado House majority leader

Gwen Moore, U.S. representative of Wisconsin

Raumesh Akbari, state representative of Tennessee

Ruben J. Kihuen, state senator of Nevada

Michael Nutter, former mayor of Philadelphia

Emanuel Cleaver, U.S. representative of Missouri

Sean Patrick Maloney, co-chairman of the Congressional LGBT Equality Caucus Congressman

Sarah McBride, LGBT rights activist

Dolores Huerta, civil rights leader

Joyce Beatty, U.S. representative of Ohio

Mark Dayton, governor of Minnesota

Eric Garcetti, mayor of Los Angeles

Katie McGinty, U.S. Senate candidate of Pennsylvania

Tammy Duckworth, U.S. representative of Illinois

James Clyburn, U.S. representative of South Carolina

Marlon Marshall, Hillary for America director of states and political engagement

Nancy Pelosi, House Democratic leader

Barbara Mikulski, U.S. senator of Maryland

Lorella Praeli, Hillary for America Latino Vote director

Joaquin Castro, U.S. representative of Texas

Andrew Cuomo, governor of New York

Tim Ryan, U.S. representative of Ohio

John Hickenlooper, governor of Colorado

Henrietta Ivey, who is helping to lead the fight for a federal $15 minimum wage

Dave Wills, social studies teacher in Guilford County, North Carolina, who has more than $35,000 in student debt

Beth Mathias, who works two jobs in Ohio

Jensen Walcott and Jake Reed: Walcott was fired from her job at a pizza restaurant in Bonner Springs, Kansas, for asking her boss why she was paid less than her male friend, Reed

Tom Wolf, governor of Pennsylvania

Jennifer Granholm, former governor of Michigan

Doug Elmets, former administration official for President Ronald Reagan

Jennifer Pierotti Lim, director of health policy, U.S. Chamber of Commerce and co-founder of Republican Women for Hillary

Lupe Valdez​, sheriff of Dallas

Jennifer Loudon, Wayne Walker, Wayne Owens and Barbara Owens, family members of fallen law enforcement officers

Khizr Khan, whose son was one of 14 American Muslim who died serving in the U.S. in the 10 years after the September 11, 2001 terrorist attacks

Ted Lieu, U.S. representative of California

General John Allen, former commander, International Security Assistance Forces, and commander, United States Forces - Afghanistan

Florent Groberg, retired U.S. Army captain

Chloe Grace Moretz, actress

Xavier Becerra, U.S. representative of California

Sherrod Brown, U.S. senator of Ohio

Chelsea Clinton, daughter of Hillary Clinton

Hillary Clinton, Democratic presidential nominee

Performers include singers Katy Perry, Carole King and Sheila E + The E Family.

This story has been updated to include the final list of speakers.