In what is now deemed as one of the most unprecedented and historic elections, Hillary Clinton experienced a loss that had her questioning everything. And now she’s coming to Denver to talk about it. On November 16, Hillary Clinton will appear at the Bellco Theatre to discuss the experience of losing the 2016 election, what happened and where to go from here.

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Hillary Clinton’s visit to Denver’s Galvanize in 2016. Photo by Brittany Werges.

 

Clinton previously published her memoir, What Happened, detailing her journey through the election, including personal stories, what it was like to run against President Donald Trump, the mistakes made and how she plans to keep going.

Shows have been sold out across the country and tickets are expected to sell fast. Pre-sale tickets will be available October 9 at 10 a.m. with a special password. Registration for that password can be found here. General admission tickets are available October 20 at 10 a.m. 

More information on the tour and Clinton’s book What Happened can be found at the official Hillary Clinton Live web page.

 

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  1. Paul

    I hope while she is in Denver, local hosts will make sure Hillary gets some “local treats” to help her mellow out.

    All this loud, dishonest, bitter bitter bitter “Hillarysplaining”of the 2016 election does nothing but underscore Hillary Clinton’s lack of integrity, delusion, constant self-victimization and HORRENDOUSLY bad judgment.

    We now have a 500-page tome, national pity party tour, and media blitz lecturing the nation on every issue, enabled by microphones and softball questions from compliant “journalists.” None of it makes Hillary more honest and trustworthy, appealing, wise, or erases the fact that with more advantages than any presidential candidate in history, Hillary Clinton could not LEAD a successful, strategic presidential campaign. She lost to Donald Trump, for crying out loud. That is really bad.

    Hillary should start channeling her soulmate Richard Nixon again…. one he was caught destroying records/evidence, he had the common sense to shut up, accept his fate and just go away.

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  2. rusty eulberg

    People, Red and Blue were/are totally sick of the best government that money can buy.
    that fact that she’s touring and selling access just shows she still doesn’t get it.
    as an example:
    “Shows have been sold out across the country and tickets are expected to sell fast. Pre-sale tickets will be available October 9 at 10 a.m. with a special password”

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