So Hillary Clinton is going to be in Toledo tomorrow, just announced.
I find this strange.
First Chelsea was here speaking to a room of about 150 people.
Then Bill was here speaking at a high school with screaming women. Didn't catch how many showed up for that.
Then the Clinton campaign and media say they've given up on Ohio because we don't matter any more--too old and white.
Now today we are told she will appear at the Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. Plaza, 415 Emerald Ave, a place, frankly, I've never heard of, not that I cross the river that often.
So since the announcements are saying that "tickets are limited" I found room capacity online, even though it looks like it's a train station and room capacity seems a bit weird.
Apparently there's a wedding venue there and a "grand lobby" (room?) that seats maximum 650 people. The parking lot has a capacity for 107 vehicles.
You can see what the venue looks like here.
Trump just appeared at the Stranahan which had, I understand, a capacity crowd of 2500+. In July, he appeared at the Huntington Center which has an 8000+ capacity, which he filled.
So her campaign is not aiming very high for numbers and I thought they gave up on solid blue hard core Democrat Toledo anyway?
Curiouser and curiouser.