Skip to comments.Democratic Activists Push for the Polls in Third Chicago Women's March
Posted on 10/14/2018 3:11:06 PM PDT by PBRCat
Democratic allies gathered downtown Saturday for Chicagos latest Womens March, with organizers pushing for participants to help get out the vote ahead of next months midterm elections.
Organized as a nonprofit and not specifically endorsing candidates the group Womens March Chicago is bankrolled by Democrats and Democratic supporters. Major donors include the Chicago Federation of Labor and Democratic governor candidate J.B. Pritzkers campaign.
Several thousand took part in Saturdays march and rally, which was the third Womens March through Chicago. It was a far cry from the roughly 250,000 who marched through the city shortly after President Donald Trumps inauguration, and the estimated 300,000 participants in the second annual march in January.
The throng marched a half-mile west on Jackson to Federal Plaza, where participants were directed to early-voting sites.
At the polling place at 175 W. Washington St., Chicagoan Joann Williams said she already knew who shed be voting for because thered be a D next to their name.
(Excerpt) Read more at chicago.suntimes.com ...
Is a fake "not for profit" a form of dark money laundering?
One can’t help but notice that the word of the day
for the media is “allies”, gay allies, womxm’s allies,
I think not.
Uh oh, the Republicans won’t have a chance in Chicago now..HAHA
It’s a non-profit, non-partisan group, donchaknow .. Wink Wink
Candidates from either Party: Communist or Socialist parties are endorsed
Poll dancing in a Women’s March ?
The trans-women ought to take the march over and demand free trans surgery.
Did they bring their marching asshats?
Democrat allies uber alles
Whoops. Thought it said 'thong'. Almost lost ma beer there.
Would you really want to see any of these dumpy hairy armpit muscular crewcut feminists “pole dance” instead of “poll dance” though?
Didn’t think so.
Sorry if I disturbed anyone’s dreams later tonight.
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