The rally started at City Hall at 3 p.m. Monday. The event is a joint effort between the Coalition for Transformation and Betterment of Baltimore, along with Stand-up Bmore.
There has been a steady stream of speakers encouraging people to make sure they vote Tuesday. Local organizations are talking about the city's needs and the work being done to address them.
The coalition is made up of more than 120 local groups.
Organizers said there is a feeling of peace and unity, but it's going to take everyone coming together to attack the deep seeded issues to see change in some of the neighborhoods.