Donald Trump not far from Ithaca in Pennsylvania this Monday

Republican presidential candidate Donald J. Trump has started his official campaign tour now that he’s the nominee, and he’ll be in Harrisburg this Monday.

Donald J. Trump.

Donald Trump speaking at a rally in Syracuse this spring. 14850 Photo by Mark H. Anbinder.

Tickets are required, and available at, for Trump’s rally at Cumberland Valley High School. Doors open at 4pm for an event that’s scheduled to begin at 7pm on Monday, August 1. Earlier in the day, the candidate will be holding a Town Hall at the Greater Columbus Convention Center in Columbus, Ohio.

Donald Trump and his running mate, Indiana Governor Mike Pence, were in Scranton on Wednesday at Lackawanna College, holding a Town Hall right in the middle of the Democratic National Convention.

Governor Pence is in the midst of a western tour, appearing in Nevada on Monday and Arizona on Tuesday before traveling east for a Town Hall in Virginia Beach on Thursday.

Secretary Hillary Clinton, the Democratic Party nominee, is in western Pennsylvania today and is heading into Ohio tomorrow.

Trump event organizers warn that attendees should limit their personal items, bringing just a wallet and phone, and no homemade signs, banners, professional cameras with detachable lenses, tripods, monopods, selfie sticks, backpacks, or large bags will be allowed.

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