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This Is What Hillary Clinton's Biggest Rally Of The 2016 Campaign Looked Like

An estimated 40,000 people — including Jon Bon Jovi, Bruce Springsteen, and President Obama — gathered to support Hillary Clinton the night before the election.

Last updated on November 7, 2016, at 10:06 p.m. ET

Posted on November 7, 2016, at 9:59 p.m. ET

Around 40,000 people gathered Monday night at Independence Mall in Philadelphia to support Hillary Clinton.

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Jon Bon Jovi kicked off the rally with songs that included the Beatles' "Here Comes the Sun."

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Voters brought out their Clinton apparel to support the candidate on the eve of the election.

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It was the biggest event of a campaign season that had been marked by large-scale events.

Authorities said 33,000 people made it inside the rally, and several thousand more were outside the perimeter.
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Authorities said 33,000 people made it inside the rally, and several thousand more were outside the perimeter.

Bruce Springsteen performed and shared his hope that voters would come out in support of Clinton and democracy.

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Clinton's family spoke briefly before introducing first lady Michelle Obama.

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The FLOTUS praised Clinton for her experience and her commitment to working for all Americans.

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President Obama also praised Clinton's credentials. "You don’t just have to vote against someone; you have somebody extraordinary to vote for," he said.

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"I believe we all have a role to play in building a better, fairer, stronger America," Clinton said.

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