Clinton’s Post-DNC Campaign Rally to Move Indoors at Temple

Friday’s event, which is free and open to the public, has been moved inside due to impending storms. The venue is significantly smaller.

Temple University's Pearson and McGonigle halls.

Temple University’s Pearson and McGonigle halls.

Hillary Clinton‘s scheduled campaign rally for Friday will be moved indoors to Temple University’s McGonigle Hall because of predicted thunderstorms.

The rally, which will open at 10 a.m., was originally supposed to be held outdoors at Independence National Historical Park. Clinton is expected to speak at the event, which will take place just one day after the Democratic National Convention.

The rally is free and open to the public — those interested in attending can RSVP here — but it’s possible that the event could reach capacity. McGonigle Hall, which Temple uses as a sports arena, has a capacity of just 3,900. To give some comparison, the Wells Fargo Arena, where the DNC is taking place, has a capacity of 21,000.

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