Donald Trump is expected to make his way Wednesday to Keene, New Hampshire, to talk with GOP voters in a town hall campaign event where, following his speech, the Republican front-runner plans to participate in a Q&A session.
Trump has drawn massive crowds to his campaign rallies, but a comparatively smaller crowd of 3,000 people is expected to attend the event at Keene High School, according to local newspaper The Keene Sentinel. More than 20,000 people showed up Sept. 14 at the media mogul's Dallas rally, just two days before the Republican Party front-runner was scheduled to take the stage for a presidential debate on CNN.
H. Gregory Johnson, who chairs the Cheshire County branch of Trump’s New Hampshire campaign, said that the campaign anticipates the town hall selling out.
"Hopefully we’ll have a sell-out," Johnson told The Keene Sentinel. "He's an interesting guy."
The event comes two days after Trump unveiled his tax plan at Trump Tower in New York. His proposal would ensure that individuals who make less than $25,000 annually would pay no income taxes, but some have criticized the plan for providing massive benefits to wealthy Americans. Tax payers who make more than $150,000 would see their income taxes cut from 39.6 percent to 25 percent.
"It will provide major tax relief for middle income and for most other Americans. There will be a major tax reduction," Trump said Monday. "It'll simplify the tax code. It'll grow the American economy at a level that it hasn't seen for decades."
Under the plan, the tax rate for major corporations would be cut from 35 percent to 15 percent and the estate tax would be eliminated.
The town hall will begin at 7 p.m. EDT. Watch an online live stream of the campaign event here on C-SPAN.