Trump appearance at 4 p.m. April 22 at Delaware State Fairgrounds. Original time was 3 p.m. No explanation given.
According to the Donald Trump for President website, Trump's campaign rally will be held beginning at 4 p.m. Friday, April 22 in the Quillen Arena at the Delaware State Fair.
The campaign had previously announced that Trump would appear at 3 p.m. No explanation was given for the change. Doors still will open to admit the public at noon, according to the website. ORIGINAL STORY: Fresh off a major win in New York state, Republican presidential candidate Donald J. Trump has scheduled a campaign stop in Harrington.
Trump will appear at 3 p.m. Friday, April 22 in the Quillen Arena at the Delaware State Fairgrounds, according to an announcement on his website, donaldjtrump.com.
Doors will open at noon, according to the website. Those wishing to obtain free tickets can register at the site. Currently only two tickets per person are being released.
Trump’s appearance will be preceded by a similar event April 20 in Berlin, Md., and comes days after supporters opened a campaign office in Dover.
Trump opponent Ohio Gov. John Kasich opened a campaign headquarters April 11 in the Riverfront area in Wilmington, but has no appearances scheduled in the First State.
Republican Sen. Ted Cruz does not appear to have organized political support in Delaware. His only appearance in the area is scheduled for April 20 in Harrisburg, Pa.
Both Democratic candidates Hillary Clinton and Bernie Sanders have campaign offices in the Wilmington area, opened earlier this month.
Trump’s appearance is the only scheduled campaign stop by a major candidate in the First State.