One of the main post-election criticisms of the Hillary Clinton campaign has been that she didn’t do enough campaigning. Donald Trump certainly did more traveling than Clinton: He made 106 campaign stops (rallies, fundraisers and in-person media appearances) from Sept. 1 through Nov. 8 — Clinton made only 71 (including her day-after-the-election concession speech in New York), according to data I collected from the Conservative Daily News and HillarySpeeches.com.1 You can see how their campaign schedules compared in the maps above.
I checked the sites’ list of campaign stops against other media sources.
Matthew Conlen is a computational journalist for FiveThirtyEight. @mathisonian