Make sure to check below the jump as I’ll be updating with pictures as Clayton sends them.
Two hours before the Mitt Romney rally is supposed to begin in Denver, our reader Clayton who is sitting on the stage e-mails us this picture of the crowd:
The real gauge, however, is not in questions answered, but deeds performed. If people are willing to give up an afternoon — or a day — to attend a political rally then that shows real commitment and suggests they represent a groundswell for their candidate.
We certainly saw that for Obama in 2008; we seem to be seeing that for Mitt Romney this week.
As John Hinderaker wrote about yesterday’s West Chester rally, “The fact that tens of thousands are willing to commit to that kind of time and inconvenience demonstrates how dedicated Republican voters are this year.”
UPDATE: It’s not just Gigi Georges. More Democrats are backing Mitt:
UP-UPDATE: Maybe the youth this year are voting Republican:
UP-UP-UPDATE: Seems like there are more women than men at this rally:
UP-UP-UP-UP-UPDATE: This crowd is huge:
UP-UP-UP-UP-UPDATE: And here’s a picture of our correspondent just behind Romney: