How Many People Attended Biden’s Pennsylvania Rallies? [Crowd Photos]

Biden Pennsylvania Rally Crowd

Getty Biden had two rallies in Pennsylvania today.

Former Vice President and presidential candidate Joe Biden held two rallies today in Pennsylvania.

Both were drive-in, socially distanced rallies as he nears the end of his campaign before election day. Both Biden’s campaign and President Donald Trump’s campaign are hosting numerous rallies in the closing days. Here’s a look at crowd photos for Biden’s rallies and how many people attended them.


About 130 Cars Attended His First Rally

The New York Post reported that about 130 cars were at his first rally in Bucks County — a drive-in rally in Newtown, Pennsylvania.

Biden talked in his rallies about bringing people together during a pandemic and helping heal a divided nation. In his Saturday morning speech, he said that he wished he could greet his supporters personally, but he couldn’t because of the pandemic, Philadelphia Inquirer reported.

“I don’t like the idea of all this distance, but we don’t want to be superspreaders,” he commented.

The first rally was crashed by Trump supporters, who drove with their cars covered in Trump banners and camped out nearby, The New York Post reported. Biden said about the Trump supporters: “We don’t do things like those chumps out there with the microphones, those Trump guys.”

He said during his speeches, “We choose hope over fear. We choose lying over division. Science over fiction. Truth over lies. And yes, honor and integrity over lying. It’s time to stand up. Let’s take back our Democracy now. We can do this. There’s nothing we cannot do.”

You can watch Biden’s speeches at both rallies below.

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The Second Rally Was in Dallas, Pennsylvania & Jon Bon Jovi Played

GettyDemocratic presidential nominee and former Vice President Joe Biden speaks at a Drive-In event with Bon Jovi at Dallas High School, Pennsylvania, on October 24, 2020.

The second was in Dallas, Pennsylvania (Luzerne County) close to where he was born in Scranton, The Guardian reported. Boston.com reported that “hundreds” of cars were at the second rally.

GettySupporters listen to Democratic presidential nominee and former Vice President Joe Biden speak during a Drive-In rally at Dallas High School.

Jon Bon Jovi made an appearance and played three songs for the crowd at that rally, Boston.com reported.  He sang Livin’ on a Prayer, Who Says You Can’t Go Home?, and Do What You Can. He said about the drive-in crowd: “I wrote my comments down because I’ve never played at a drive-in with all the horns honking, so it’s a little different.”

GettySinger Jon Bon Jovi arrives on stage.

The crowd parked at the Dallas High School and were spaced in their cars, six feet apart, WNEP reported.

GettyA supporter listens to Democratic presidential nominee and former Vice President Joe Biden speak at a Drive-In event with Bon Jovi at Dallas High School.

During the second rally, Biden promised again not to ban fracking.

GettySupporters listen to Democratic presidential nominee and former Vice President Joe Biden speak during a Drive-In rally at Dallas High School, in Dallas, Pennsylvania, on October 24, 2020.

Biden also didn’t mince words when it came to Trump and the pandemic. He talked again about Trump’s conversation with Bob Woodward and said that Trump had held back information so Americans wouldn’t panic.

“The American people don’t panic,” Biden insisted. “Donald Trump panicked.”

Voters listened to his speech from their car radios, sometimes honking and cheering from their socially distanced locations.

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