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ALGOP: Admission is free, but ticket needed to attend Cullman Trump rally

The rally is scheduled for Aug. 21 at 7 p.m at York Family Farms in Cullman, Alabama.

President Donald Trump speaking in 2017 just outside Harrisburg. (Staff Sgt. Tony Harp/U.S. Air National Guard)

Alabama Republican Party Chairman John Wahl issued a statement reminding the public that while tickets to the upcoming rally featuring President Donald Trump on Saturday in Cullman is free, you still must have a ticket to attend.

“Alabamians have been President Trump’s strongest and most loyal supporters over the years, so it’s no surprise that tickets to his rally in Cullman are going so fast,” said Wahl. “Admission to the rally is free, but I want to make sure people know they will need tickets to get in. We don’t want anyone to miss this opportunity because they didn’t know they needed tickets.”

“President Trump has been vocal about his appreciation for his supporters in Alabama, and we look forward to once again showcasing our great state to the former President and the country during his visit to Alabama,” Wahl said. “With the rally less than a week away, I encourage everyone who wants to attend the rally to get their free tickets now.”

The rally will be Aug. 21 at 7 p.m at York Family Farms in Cullman, Alabama, though the gates will open before then and there will be speakers and music prior to Trump’s appearance.

Alabama Republican Executive Committee member former state Rep. Perry Hooper Jr., R-Montgomery, said: “Under President Donald J. Trump, we had the greatest economy ever,” Hooper said. “President Trump moved the embassy to Jerusalem. How many Presidents talked about that and did not do it?”

“Michael Lindell will be at the trump rally,” Hooper said. 

“Go to the Alabama Republican Party website to get tickets,” Hooper said. “You must register with the State GOP to get tickets. It is going to be a great event.”

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“I want Alabama to set a record,” Hooper said. “They had 30,000 in Ohio and 25,000 in South Florida. I think we in Alabama can do 50,000.”

Cullman is in Alabama’s 4th Congressional District, Trump’s strongest-performing district in both the 2016 and 2020 elections.

The Trump rally will be preceded in Cullman by a meeting of the Alabama Republican Executive Committee.

Brandon Moseley is a former reporter at the Alabama Political Reporter.

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