Hillary Clinton led a rally specifically aimed at millennials today in Philadelphia. About 250 people showed up
for her rally, which was a significantly smaller turnout than Bernie Sanders' rallies when he was running for president. However, NBC Philadelphia
referred to the event as being invitation only.
Sanders drew thousands upon thousands of younger voters to his rallies -- voters whom Clinton is now trying to attract. Clinton's rally was held at Temple University, where she talked about the stakes of the election for millennials. Clinton's campaign has been losing some momentum in the polls against Donald Trump, and she's trying to attract Sanders supporters who turned to third-party candidates Jill Stein and Gary Johnson. Sanders, meanwhile, has issued statements that this isn't the time for "protest votes" for third-party candidates. But many Sanders supporters aren't following his request and are still voting third party, with their loyalty not shifting to Clinton. Click through the gallery
to see photos from the rally and hear stories from people who were there. (Getty)