Hundreds of women gathered on the plaza on April 28, to protest legislation they believe infringes on their reproductive, personal, and economic freedom.
The event – called – continued the rallying cry of fighting “the war on women” and combating recent legislation initiatives in both the New Hampshire House and U.S. Congress. The women (as well as a few good men, as noted by a few speakers), focused primarily on getting others registered to vote and educated about what was going on at the Statehouse.
A number of organizations, including the , the , and others, set up booths and spoke with people while musicians played.
A slew of Democratic politicians – from candidates for governor and , to Congressional candidates like and – shook hands and renewed acquaintances before offering stump speeches.
Concord NH Patch will post a full story from the rally later on today.