Activists in Chicago are planning to rally on Saturday, October 13th for a Women's March that is being called "March to the Polls 2018." The event has been designed to encourage voting, and particularly early voting, in the upcoming November midterm elections, with marchers having the opportunity to cast their ballot at early voting locations throughout the downtown area.
In an interview with the Chicago Tribune, Professor Lesley Wexler predicts that many women may be inspired by Dr. Christine Blasey Ford's testimony and decide that participating in a march is the least they can do.
"I think the marches helped spur #MeToo, I think #MeToo helped spur Dr. Ford, and I think the women’s marches will be partially animated by the response to Kavanaugh," she said.
Full article at chicagotribune.com.