- Associated Press - Tuesday, October 4, 2016

PRESCOTT VALLEY, Ariz. (AP) - The Latest on Donald Trump’s campaign rally in Prescott Valley, Arizona (all times local):

11 a.m.

Large crowds of people have gathered outside an arena hours before Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump’s scheduled appearance during a Tuesday afternoon campaign rally in Prescott Valley in north-central Arizona.

Attendees inside the Prescott Valley Event Center will hear remarks and introductions from former Arizona Gov. Jan Brewer, state Republican Party Chairman Robert Graham and others for about 90 minutes before Trump’s speech, scheduled for 2 p.m. MST.

The arena has a capacity of approximately 7,500 people, and there’s also an overflow area with a large television for others to watching the event.

The visit will be Trump’s sixth to Arizona.

Trump is on a Western campaign swing that took him to Colorado on Monday. He’ll campaign in Nevada on Wednesday.

7:35 a.m.

All the tickets for Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump’s scheduled appearance in Prescott Valley are taken.

The Daily Courier (https://goo.gl/1Zvuix ) reports that there’s room for approximately 7,500 people inside the Prescott Valley Event Center and that all of the free online tickets for Trump’s rally were all downloaded by Monday afternoon.

Sgt. Jason Kaufman of the Prescott Valley Police Department says protesters will be asked to demonstrate peacefully in common areas and says that there will be a designated area across a street from the arena that protesters may use.

The doors for the 2 p.m. rally open at 11 a.m. The visit will be Trump’s sixth to Arizona.

Trump is on a Western campaign swing that took him to Colorado on Monday.

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