Democratic presidential candidate Hillary Clinton has been making the rounds non-stop all year, meeting supporters and engaged citizens. Among those coming to her rallies are rabid fans (sometimes called Hillary-bots) who’ll go to extremes to show just how they feel. The following are some of her most colorfully passionate boosters.
John Nelson and Dan Stifler show their support by covering their chests with the Hillary Clinton “H” in a rally in Buena Park, California.
Gretchen Baer wears a suit covered in Clinton’s face at a campaign rally in Phoenix.
Clinton fan Sarah Sole makes paintings of the candidate in her home in Stony Brook, New York. “I just like her swagger,” Sole has said. “She’s got something very butch about her.”
This image, ironically, was used as the cover of a book called My Turn, by Doug Henwood, which was highly critical of Clinton.
Posters supporting Clinton’s historic rise to presidential nominee abound at this rally in Riviera Beach, Florida. “A woman’s place is in the White House,” one says.
Some Clinton supporters choose to show their love by wearing anti-Trump garb, as this man does in Riverside, California.
The writing's on their arms
One supporter asks colleagues to write Clinton’s slogan, “I’m with her,” on her arm in Brooklyn, New York.
So much Hillary
Michael Pissos, whose shirt is covered in Clinton, takes pictures of the presidential candidate in Cleveland.
Fans were already putting Clinton on their skin in 2008. A volunteer wore a temporary tattoo saying “Hillary”” and “Make History!” in Austin, Texas.
Clinton takes a selfie with a fan at a rally in Cincinnati, Ohio.
Grab a poster
Volunteers and supporters hand out Clinton posters and stickers in Washington, D.C.
A lot of love
Clinton fans hug as the candidate speaks in a rally in Brooklyn, New York.
LGBT for Hillary
Women show their support for Clinton as they attend the LGBT Pride Parade in San Francisco.
Hands in the air
A campaign T-shirt-clad supporter cheers for Clinton at a rally in Raleigh, North Carolina.
This man wears a youthful and topical “Yaaas, Hillary!” shirt in Brooklyn, New York.
Shattered glass ceiling
Fans show their support for how far Clinton’s come with a shattered glass poster in Brooklyn, New York.
Campaign worker Mark Riffenburg makes phone calls to voters on Clinton’s behalf in Las Vegas, Nevada.
A supporter holds up a Clinton jersey in San Francisco, California.
This man shows off his Clinton-inspired hairdo at an event in San Antonio, Texas.
Two Clinton supporters wear capes with her campaign logo on Day 1 of the 2016 Democratic National Convention in Philadelphia.
She's a doll
A supporter holds a Clinton doll at a rally Miami, Florida.
Clinton on parade
Clinton supporters, one of whom holds a cutout of the candidate, march across the Brooklyn Bridge in New York.
Buttons for Hillary
Alex Clemons shows his support for Clinton with a less-than-subtle hat at a campaign rally in Pueblo, Colorado.
A Clinton fan holds a sign wishing the candidate a happy birthday at a rally in Lake Worth, Florida.
This man dons a “Hillary Clinton is my homegirl” shirt at a campaign event in Columbus, Ohio.
A fan and his dog
A supporter, accompanied by his canine companion, holds a Clinton campaign sign as the candidate arrives to speak at a rally in Wilton Manors, Florida.
This woman sports some patriotic shades and Clinton campaign buttons at a rally in Lake Worth, Florida.
A girl holds a picture book about Clinton at a campaign rally in Manchester, New Hampshire.
Clinton greets fans and supporters in a rally in Brooklyn, New York.