Cleveland protesters voice their opinion at anti-Kavanaugh rally before Senate vote
CLEVELAND, OH (WOIO) - Protesters held a rally in downtown Cleveland to voice their opinion before the Senate voted on Brett Kavanaugh’s Supreme Court nomination.
It’s expected the Senate will vote him in as the newest associate justice after Republican Sen. Susan Collins said she would vote yes and democratic Sen. Joe Manchin said he would vote yes for Kavanaugh.
The anti-Kavanaugh rally in Cleveland is not the only march, “No Justice, No Seat” marches that was held across the country on Saturday.
The Cancel Kavanaugh Cleveland rally was being held by:
- Women’s March on Washington-Ohio
- Action Together Lakewood Area
- Indivisible CLE
The rally started at Willard Park.
People at the rally encouraged everyone to get out and vote in November.
Protesters held signs, performed songs and established hashtags for social media.
Another rally was held in Washington D.C., video from the Washington rally is below.
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