According to local media, the Bernie Sanders rally in Reno on Tuesday drew a crowd of people estimated at anywhere from “more than a thousand” to 4,500. I was there, but I’m terrible at guessing the number of people in a large crowd. There were more than 20. My estimate would be “a bunch.”
I had to drive for over 3 hours to get to Reno, but I still managed to arrive a couple of hours early and had a chance to observe some of the behind-the-scenes efforts that have made Sanders’ rallies so successful, and it was impressive.
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