BALTIMORE — There was a rally in Baltimore, opposing the efforts to not count all votes in the election.
Peoples Power Assembly planned the rally that began at 20th and North Charles Streets and ended at McKeldin Square.
Organizers said the events send a clear message that President Trump does not represent them and that they must resist until he is forced to leave.
"It’s part of the constitutional right, now the voter suppression methods have gone from the south all the way up the north."
Organizers said regardless of the election outcome, they’re marching to put forward a “people’s mandate”.
It includes jobs or income and now a stimulus deal for workers and an end to racism.