A protest took place on the 3rd of October in Washington D.C. to commemorate Wide Awakes Day, dedicated to turning out voters in a time when voter suppression is commonplace and many see voting as a waste of time that won’t cause change; about 600 protesters took part in the march, that went through the downtown of the city.
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