"America is once again at a moment of reckoning. Powerful forces are threatening to pull us apart. Bonds of trust and respect are fraying.  And just as with our founders there are no guarantees. It's truly is up to us. We have to decide whether we're going to work together so we can all rise together," Clinton would say according to the excerpts of her speech released by her campaign.

Clinton, 68, is the first woman to be nominated as a Presidential candidate by a major political party.

"We are clear-eyed about what our country is up against. But we are not afraid.  We will rise to the challenge, just as we always have," she would say according to the excerpts of the speech.

In her acceptance speech Clinton will lay out her vision for the future.

Chelsea Clinton (Left), Bill Clinton and Vice Presidential candidate Tim Kaine ( Right) applaud Hillary Clinton

"I want to tell you tonight how we're going to empower all Americans to live better lives. My primary mission as President will be to create more opportunity and more good jobs with rising wages right here in the United States," Clinton said in excerpts of her remarks as released by her campaign.

"From my first day in office to my last. Especially in places that for too long have been left out and left behind. From our inner cities to our small towns, Indian Country to Coal Country.  From the industrial Midwest to the Mississippi Delta to the Rio Grande Valley," the former Secretary of State would say.

When it comes to national security, the choice being faced is just as stark, she would say.

"Anyone reading the news can see the threats and turbulence we face. From Baghdad and Kabul, to Nice and Paris and Brussels, to San Bernardino and Orlando, we're dealing with determined enemies that must be defeated. No wonder people are anxious and looking for reassurance -- looking for steady leadership," she would say.

"Every generation of Americans has come together to make our country freer, fairer, and stronger. None of us can do it alone.  That's why we are stronger together," Clinton said.

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