New York Times reporter Jodi Kantor (@jodikantor) tweeted the following from Chicago today.
At Obama fundraiser in Chicago. Admission only $51, but room is half full.
Meanwhile, in North Carolina with the Romney/Ryan campaign?
Campaign officials for Republican presidential nominee Mitt Romney tell The Daily Caller that well over 10,000 people attended a campaign rally at High Point’s Absolute Style Furniture showroom Sunday. The campaign estimates that 1,200 people were inside the venue while another 10,000 were outside.
And this was not the first event of the day.
Earlier in the day, Romney and Ryan campaigned at the NASCAR Technical Institute in Mooresville, N.C. The Hickory Daily Record reported that the two were “greeted by thousands.” The Romney campaign told TheDC that an estimated 4,700 people showed up, with 1,700 people inside the event and 3,000 outside.
11,000+ at one event and 4700 at another. Almost 20,000 come out to see the Romney campaign in one day and a half full room at one of 5 fundraisers for the President today. Is this a foreshadowing of things to come?