Guide: What You Need To Know About Women's March 2018 In Las Vegas
Everything you need to know about Women's March 2018 in Vegas. Includes details on where to park, transportation, route, speakers, and more!
Women's March 2018 Vegas Guide: Everything You Need To Know About Las Vegas Power To The Polls
It's been a year since the record-breaking Women's March in 2017, where millions of people around the world protested the inauguration of President Donald Trump and his policies.This year, the organizers of the Women's March are hoping to inspire people with the central theme "Power to the Polls," in Las Vegas, Nevada.
The first stop on the national voter registration and mobilization tour is kicking off in Las Vegas. But, why did the 2018 Women's March organizers choose Las Vegas to kick off its main event? For two reasons: one, it is a key battleground state in the upcoming 2018 elections, and two, they want to draw attention and honor the victims of the biggest mass shooting in modern U.S. history that occurred in Vegas last year.
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Thank you to @noveerose for the video! We’re 2 days from the Women’s March anniversary and #PowerToThePolls kick-off in Las Vegas! Join us! Get more info, register, donate or find a sister event near you at PowerToThePolls.com. Doors open this Sunday 10am PT at Sam Boyd Stadium. #1YearSinceWomensMarch
Everything You Need To Know About Power To The Polls Rally In Vegas
Organizers of last years events are hoping to bring in just as much support and conversation last year with artists, musicians, grassroots activists, and government officials to this year's Women's March.
When Is Women's March 2018 In Vegas?
This event will take place on January 21, 2019, with doors opening at 10:00 AM PST.
Where Does The Women's March 2018 Take Place In Vegas?
The nationwide rally of Power to the Polls for Women's March 2018 will take place at Sam Boyd Stadium in Las Vegas, Nevada. The full address is 7000 E Russell Rd, Las Vegas, NV 89122.
Where Do I Park For The Women's March 2018?
Parking inside Sam Boyd Stadium is free.
Is Women's March 2018 Power To The Polls Free?
Yes, it is free.
Is There Accommodation For The Women's March 2018 Power To The Polls?
There is a discounted hotel room rate for #PowerToThePolls attendees provided by MGM properties. You can book your room and find the discounted rate here.
Important info about the shuttle bus schedule for the Women's March anniversary #PowerToThePolls event this Sunday at Sam Boyd Stadium in Las Vegas: 11 Bell Trans shuttles and ADA equipped buses (free) will run every half hour to and from Sam Boyd Stadium from 7:30am to 10:30am. The shuttles will return to these same stops beginning at 4:00pm. Route 1: Nevada Partners to Walnut Community Center to Sam Boyd Stadium Route 2: Pearson Community Center to Doolittle Community Center to Sam Boyd Stadium Route 3: Sunrise Library to Sam Boyd Stadium Route 4: Las Vegas Indian Center to Sam Boyd Stadium Route 5: Winchester Cultural Center to Sam Boyd Stadium Route 6: Opportunity Village W. Oakey to Sam Boyd Stadium Route 7: The Gay and Lesbian Center to East Las Vegas Community Center to Sam Boyd Stadium Route 8: Nellis AFB to Sam Boyd Stadium Route 9: Nehemiah Ministries to Sam Boyd Stadium Route 10: Henderson Multi-Generational Center to Sam Boyd Stadium Route 11: Starbucks 5566 Boulder Hwy to Sam Boyd Stadium The Express RTC Bus ($2) will provide direct service to and from UNLV Transit Center every 20 minutes from 8:00am to 6:00pm. The first 500 passengers will receive a free 24-hour pass.
What Should I Wear To Vegas's Women's March 2018?
You should make sure to wear comfortable shoes. Sneakers are encouraged. According to Weather.com, Vegas will have a high of 53° on the day of the rally. Dress appropriately.
Can I Have A Bag At Women's March 2018?
All bags are subject to bag check. You can bring a clear bag to make the process faster. No outside food will be allowed in the venue. You can bring your own water in bottles that are 20 oz. or less.
We’re so excited to have Senator @elizabethwarrenma, @repjohnlewis, Managing Principal of Energy Works Consulting Rose McKinney-James, and philanthropist Elaine Wynn, as honorary co-chairs of the kick-off to our national voter registration and mobilization tour, #PowerToThePolls, this Sunday in Las Vegas. Exactly one year since millions of us around the world marched on January 21st, our goal is to register 1 million voters in 2018.
Who Is Speaking At Women's March 2018 In Vegas?
There will be many guests attending the event in Vegas this year, including Democratic lawmakers and leaders of Planned Parenthood and Black Lives Matter.
Who Is Participating At Women's March 2018 In Vegas?
Cecile Richards, president of Planned Parenthood Action Fund
U.S. Sen. Catherine Cortez Masto, Democratic Senator from Nevada, first Latina in the U.S. Senate
Dr. Melissa Harris-Perry, writer, political commentator, professor and Maya Angelou Presidential Chair at Wake Forest University
U.S. Rep. John Lewis, Democratic Congressman from Georgia and civil rights leader
Alicia Garza, co-founder of Black Lives Matter and Special Projects Director, National Domestic Workers Alliance
Nina Turner, president of Our Revolution and former State Senator in Ohio
Rev. William Barber III, minister, civil rights activist and board member of NAACP
U.S. Rep. Sheila Jackson Lee, Democratic Congresswoman from Texas
State Rep. Paulette Jordan, Candidate for Governor of Idaho and citizen of the Coeur d’Alene Tribe
Jane Kim, San Francisco Supervisor and Mayoral Candidate
Anna Galland, executive director of MoveOn.org
Ashlee Marie Preston, civil rights activist and journalist
Maria Teresa Kumar, president & CEO of VotoLatino
María Urbina, national political director at Indivisible
Dr. Kimberlé Williams Crenshaw, scholar and civil rights advocate
Who Are The Honorary Co-Chairs Of The Women's March?
Senator Elizabeth Warren, U.S. Senator for Massachusetts
Congressman John Lewis, civil rights leader and U.S. Representative for Georgia
Rose McKinney-James, Managing Principal of Energy Works Consulting
Elaine Wynn, philanthropist and trustee of the Elaine Wynn & Family Foundation
Today’s #SignOfResistance is by @gaylekabaker. Remember: voting is our superpower. We’re bringing our #PowerToThePolls to win together in 2018. Help us reach our goal of getting 1 million people to register to vote this year: text P2P to RTVOTE (788-683) to make sure you’re registered. Tag your friends! #TogetherWeRise
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