Hillary Clinton's and Donald Trump's Campaigns by the Numbers

A side-by-side breakdown of the two candidates' campaigns.

ByCandace Smith and Liz Kreutz
November 07, 2016, 9:42 AM

— -- DAYS AS A CANDIDATE (ON ELECTION DAY):

  • CLINTON: 576
  • TRUMP: 512

RALLIES/SPEECHES HELD (IN 2016):

  • CLINTON: 278+
  • TRUMP: 302

PLACES CAMPAIGNED:

  • CLINTON: 37 states plus Washington, D.C. and Puerto Rico
  • TRUMP: 45 plus Washington, D.C. and Mexico and Scotland

FUNDRAISERS ATTENDED:

  • CLINTON: 350+
  • TRUMP: 50-60

MONEY RAISED:

  • CLINTON: $502 million
  • TRUMP: $258 million

PRESS CONFERENCES OR MEDIA AVAILABILITIES (IN 2016):

  • CLINTON: 25 (each ranging from 2.5 minutes to 25 minutes in length)
  • TRUMP: 22 (last full press conference was July 27)

LARGEST RALLY:

  • CLINTON: Between 14,000 and 18,000 at state universities in Columbus, Ohio, and Phoenix, Arizona
  • TRUMP: 28,000 in Mobile, Alabama

TOTAL SPENT ON TV ADS:

  • CLINTON: $253 million
  • TRUMP: $93 million

STATE WHERE SPENT MOST ON ADS:

  • CLINTON: Florida
  • TRUMP: Florida

BATTLEGROUND STATE MOST VISITED:

  • CLINTON: Ohio, Pennsylvania and Florida (tied)
  • TRUMP: Florida

BATTLEGROUND STATE MOST TRAVELED THIS PAST MONTH:

  • CLINTON: Florida
  • TRUMP: Florida

STATES NEITHER CANDIDATE VISITED: Idaho, Wyoming, Hawaii, Alaska

BREAKDOWN OF CAMPAIGN STOPS IN FINAL 7 DAYS

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