MANCHESTER, N.H. (WBZ NewsRadio) — One day ahead of the New Hampshire primary, supporters for President Donald Trump are already lining up in the cold for a rally Monday night.
The rally is set to begin at 7 p.m. at the Southern New Hampshire University Arena.
Some supporters began lining up as early as Sunday morning, according to the Union Leader.
"Do not underestimate the power of your vote," said Trump supporter Jonathan Munafo, who joined the line on 12:30 Sunday afternoon. "Just because we're touting an early victory does not mean do not show up at your polling locations and putting in that ballot for President Trump."
The rally is being held just hours before the polls open Tuesday in the nation's first primary.
President Trump tweeted about his New Hampshire rally Monday morning, saying he wants to "shake up the Dems a little bit — they have a really boring deal going on. Still waiting for the Iowa results, votes were fried. Big crowds in Manchester!"
Former Massachusetts Gov. Bill Weld is one of the candidates challenging President Trump in the Republican primary in New Hampshire on Tuesday.
Manchester Police say the rally is bringing significant road closures, including Elm Street from Auburn Street to Lake Avenue. More closures are expected throughout the day.
If the rally is as well-attended as the one President Trump held last year in Manchester, the attendance could reach at least 11,000 people.
WBZ's James Rojas (@JamesRojasWBZ) reports