The Democratic committees of Mathews, Gloucester and Middlesex counties have announced that more than 100 local activists will attend the Women’s March on Washington, D.C., this Saturday. Two buses sponsored by the three committees will depart before dawn on Saturday morning.
The Women’s March is organized to voice opposition to policy positions espoused by President-elect Donald Trump concerning civil and human rights, the environment and climate change, health care, and the federal social safety net, a release stated. More than 200,000 protestors from across the country are expected to converge on the nation’s capital.
“We are very proud that so many people will be representing our corner of the country at this historic event,” said Mathews County Democratic Committee co-chair Bud Ward. “Marching on Washington is a time-honored expression of our constitutional right to redress of grievances.”
Cathy Estep of Hayes is coordinating the local ...
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