March On The Polls Rally

March On

With the announcement of Brett Kavanaugh’s confirmation to the Supreme Court, March On, the grassroots coalition of many of the women and allies behind the Women’s Marches, is poised to harness the energy and public outrage of the moment for electoral change. On October 6, the national March On group announced that hundreds of thousands of women and supporters of women’s rights will take to the streets again in a high-profile series of “March on the Polls” rallies — in Chicago, New York City, Atlanta, South Carolina, Houston, Seattle, Florida, and across the nation– with a powerful message: don’t just march, but also vote (early) and volunteer to help transform our government this November.

March On Arkansas, the activist group behind the 2017 Arkansas Women’s March, plan their own March on the Polls in Little Rock and North Little Rock, scheduled for October 27, 2018 between 10 a.m. to 12:00 p.m.

The March On Arkansas March on the Polls will start at two locations.  On the Little Rock side of the river, the marchers will gather on the sidewalks outside the Mosaic Templars Cultural Center at 10:00 a.m. On the North Little Rock side of the river, the marchers will gather on the sidewalk next to Dickey-Stephens park at the same time.  At 10:15 a.m., both groups of marchers will walk to the Pulaski County Election Commission at 501 W. Markham. Marchers will encourage others to vote early through signs, slogans, and chants.

Any marchers who are registered to vote in Pulaski County can vote and mingle with other marchers at 10:30 a.m.  Participants with limited mobility may choose to the meet the marchers at the Pulaski County Election Commission or join the marchers at any point along the route there.

For more details about the March On Arkansas March on the Polls, see their Facebook event at:

For more information about March On the Polls from the national March On group, see

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