President Trump is in Cleveland Monday to rally voters a day before the midterm elections.
White House officials said his visit is part of an aggressive blitz to help Republican candidates. The White House has not mentioned who Trump will be campaigning for in Cleveland.
The "Make America Great Again" rally is taking place at the I-X Center, 1 I-X Center Drive.
Doors open at 12:00 p.m. ahead of the rally's scheduled time at 3:00 p.m.
Crowd begins to slowly fill in for the @realDonaldTrump rally at the IX Center, first of 3 today, all in state’s Trump won in ‘16 but have Democrats defending Senate seats. (Indiana and Missouri the other 2). pic.twitter.com/EZYiD0nSQJ
— John Kosich (@KosichJohn) November 5, 2018
Each person is allowed to register for up to two tickets. Register for the event here. By having a ticket, it does not guarantee admission to the rally as space is limited.
What you should know before the rally, according to Claire Anter, of the I-X Center:
- no posters, no banners or signs may be brought to the event
- There is no dress code
- No professional cameras with a detachable lens are allowed
- No tripods, monopods, selfies sticks or GoPros
- ID is not required for entry
- There is no charge for parking
News 5 will be live streaming the rally at 3 p.m.
A bomb threat was called into a business adjacent to the I-X Center Monday morning, but police quickly searched the location with a K-9 unit and cleared the building.