Protesters took to the streets before the election, stating that pressure will continue regardless of who wins. They were met by a unified police command of Oregon State police, Multnomah county sheriffs, and the Portland Police Bureau. Demonstrators also attacked the Portland State University campus.
Dozens of protesters gathered in Portland on the anniversary of the public execution of 38 Dakota men in Mankato by the Lincoln administration in 1862, condemning the largest one-day mass execution in American history. Demonstrators gave speeches at a small monument to Thomas Jefferson before dispersing.
Around 50 protesters marched in Rancagua as part of a national mobilization demanding justice for the murder of a Panguipulli street juggler by Chilean police, known as Carabineros. Protesters blocked roads and burnt barricades in the city, disrupting activity and shutting down the main highway out of the Rancagua.