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Hillary Clinton’s rally at Independence Mall in 15 Instagram photos

More than 30,000 people showed up

More than 30,000 people showed up for Hillary Clinton’s rally on Independence Mall.
Photo by Melissa Romero

Thousands of people—reportedly more than 30,000—showed up for Hillary Clinton’s star-studded rally on the mall at Independence Hall last night, about 10,000 more than was expected, making it the largest crowd of the Democratic presidential nominee’s campaign.

Although the rally didn’t begin until about 8 p.m. when Bon Jovi took the stage followed by Bruce Springsteen, by 4 p.m. the line to enter the security gate at 4th and Chestnut was more than a mile long, winding around all the way down to Washington Avenue in South Philly.

In fact, it wasn’t until just before President Barack Obama finished his speech that security allowed in the last group of people onto the mall, just in time to see Hillary Clinton take the stage in front of the Visitor’s Center.

Whether you missed the big night or just want to relive it, here are 15 inspiring Instagram photos from last night’s rally on the mall.


"Let’s make history!" —Hillary

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33,000 people in Philadelphia

A photo posted by Stefan Becket (@stefanjbecket) on


Damn it was a great night #strongertogether

A photo posted by shenphang • 林宣邦 (@shenphanglim) on



#HILLARY ! #OBAMA ! #michelleobama ! #history ! Wooo!!! #avengers

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Jon Bon Jovi is with her! @hillaryclinton @bonjovi #imwithher #hillaryclinton

A photo posted by Kory Aversa (@koryaversa) on



On the eve of this election, there's no better place to be. #vote #philly #imwithher

A photo posted by Shawn Needham (@thinkdiff89) on


don't hate me just vote

A photo posted by Almas (@almasthaha) on


Witnessed history tonight.

A photo posted by Christopher Ian Perry (@christopherperry.ccf) on


Big league (bigly @jheilemann?) rally in Philly on the night before the vote.

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long campaigns are messy affairs #election2016 #documentaryphotography #photojournalism #politics

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