On Monday Presidential candidate Donald Trump campaigned Pueblo, Colorado and then again in Loveland, Colorado in the Budweiser Events Center. His event in Loveland set an attendance record for the Center with 8,000 present and another 10,000 were reported either turned away or on the grounds during the event.
At the Prescott Valley Events Center in Prescott, Arizona on Tuesday, the Central Arizona Fire Marshal Rick Chase said he allowed 7,000 inside. Another 13,000 were reported outside by the Prescott Valley Police Sgt. Jason Kaufman.
Hillary Clinton on the other hand had four small rallies in Ohio and Pennsylvania on Monday and Tuesday. The participation at these events was a little over 1,000. To date, since the conventions ended on August 1st, through Wednesday, October 6th, Hillary has only had a little over 15,000 at all her rallies combined!
To put this in perspective, Trump had 8,000 more people turned away on Monday and Tuesday of this week alone (23,000) than Hillary has had at all her events combined (15,000) since August 1st.
Hillary has no rallies scheduled into the future where she is scheduled to participate. Based on this alone there is clearly something wrong with her campaign.
The estimates noted are based on campaign events scheduled by the candidates and for the most part does not include events where the candidates speak to participants at other events. Total attendance is based on best estimates. These numbers also do not include fundraisers, debates or TV events. This is only our best estimate for attendance at these rallies. Note that the people turned away at Trump’s rallies are not included in these estimates but if they were the totals would be even more lopsided.
— Sean Hannity (@seanhannity) September 29, 2016
No rallies. No yard signs. No social media. No flash polls. No book sales.
Where the hell are Hillary's voters?
— Bill Mitchell (@mitchellvii) October 5, 2016