November 07, 2016
It was a momentous night in Philadelphia, where Democratic presidential candidate Hillary Clinton appeared for final campaign rally ahead of Tuesday's election.
Droves of people lined up to make their way to Independence Mall for the event, which featured appearances by Barack and Michelle Obama, Bill and Chelsea Clinton and musical guests Bruce Springsteen and Jon Bon Jovi.
The trek to Philadelphia's historic heart inspired lots of attendees to post scenes from the civic walk on Twitter. Here's some of the best and most amusing.
The line for Clinton in Philly is insane. Longest line I've seen this election (including Trump rallies) pic.twitter.com/HHVGCaP9wq— Julia Hatmaker (@JuliaHatmaker) November 7, 2016
30m ago, line for Hillary Clinton ended at Washington Ave. & 4th street in Philly. That's 1.3 miles away from rally. It's even longer now. pic.twitter.com/7PAcSVa1iK— Julia Hatmaker (@JuliaHatmaker) November 7, 2016
We're at Independence Mall in Philly for Hillary Clinton's rally tonight. 3+ hours before it starts and the line is over 3 city blocks long pic.twitter.com/m4bcarjPHM— NowThis (@nowthisnews) November 7, 2016
Hillary Clinton's final set piece: A rally in Philadelphia with the Obamas and Bruce Springsteen https://t.co/rtbvTpBL7P— nayun (@fynayun) November 7, 2016
Just walked miles to find the end of the line to Hillary's rally tonight in Philadelphia. My feet may hurt but my heart is full #imwithher— Bobby Kelly (@bkelly2020) November 7, 2016
Hillary Rally in Philadelphia, PA. Not a single American flag. pic.twitter.com/BiYpDMOBcP— Intelligent Insight (@POTUS_Trumped) November 7, 2016
Mile plus long line ahead of Clinton + Obama Election Eve rally here in Philly. pic.twitter.com/tXA75z5zEu— eugene hernandez (@eug) November 7, 2016
To all those who stood on their feet, you did it because it's potentially historic. Remember Washington, D.C., and Chicago when Obama was elected and inaugurated? Mind over matter.