Photos: Democratic National Convention 2016, Day 4

Democratic presidential nominee Hillary Clinton formally accepts her party’s nomination on the final night of the Democratic National Convention. (Evan Garcia / Chicago Tonight)Democratic presidential nominee Hillary Clinton formally accepts her party’s nomination on the final night of the Democratic National Convention. (Evan Garcia / Chicago Tonight)

Hillary Clinton formally accepted her party's presidential nomination on the fourth and final night of the Democratic National Convention in Philadelphia.

Introduced by her daughter Chelsea, Clinton laid out her prospective plans as president, criticized rival Donald Trump and thanked former Democratic presidential opponent Bernie Sanders.

Addressing Sanders supporters, Clinton said, "I want you to know, I've heard you. Your cause is our cause."

Rain and thunderstorms struck Philadelphia earlier in the day, but that didn't seem to stop a smattering of protesters from demonstrating near City Hall and large crowds of attendees from packing into the Wells Fargo Center.

That morning, Chicago Mayor Rahm Emanuel made his first appearance before the Illinois delegation and had a front row seat at the convention.

Below, photos from day four of the convention. More photos: Day one | Day two | Day three

Get more coverage of the DNC from "Chicago Tonight" here.

Democratic vice presidential nominee Tim Kaine, former president Bill Clinton, Chelsea Clinton and her husband Marc Mezvinsky watch Hillary Clinton’s speech. (Evan Garcia / Chicago Tonight)


Hillary Clinton and her running mate Tim Kaine greet the crowd after her speech. (Evan Garcia / Chicago Tonight)


A man thanks law enforcement officials while heading to the Wells Fargo Center from the AT&T Station of the SEPTA public transit system. (Evan Garcia / Chicago Tonight)


A man holds a USA sign during a speech given by Khzir Khan, the father of a fallen Muslim-American soldier. (Evan Garcia / Chicago Tonight)


Singer Katy Perry performs on the final night of the DNC. (Evan Garcia / Chicago Tonight)


DNC attendee Marko Krosnjar from San Francisco dons a Democratic blue beard of glitter and glue. (Evan Garcia / Chicago Tonight)


Protesters organize for a march in front of City Hall in Philadelphia. (Evan Garcia / Chicago Tonight)


Illinois Secretary of State Jesse White and Cook County Board President Toni Preckwinkle watch the DNC speeches from the Illinois delegation area. (Evan Garcia / Chicago Tonight)


DNC attendees watch Pelosi's speech with Hillary Clinton signs and cutouts. (Evan Garcia / Chicago Tonight)


Chicago Mayor Rahm Emanuel, sitting next to Cook County Recorder of Deeds Karen Yarbrough, makes his first appearance at the Illinois delegation breakfast. Emanuel arrived in Philadelphia on Wednesday. (Evan Garcia / Chicago Tonight)


DNC attendees head into the Wells Fargo Center on Thursday. (Evan Garcia / Chicago Tonight)


A man waves the American flag during retired Marine Gen. John Allen's speech. (Evan Garcia / Chicago Tonight)


Attendees join hands during the closing benediction of the DNC. (Evan Garcia / Chicago Tonight)


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