Organizers Expect 20K Women For Anti-Trump March In St. Paul
ST. PAUL - Marchers will gather at St. Paul College Saturday morning and then head for a noon rally at the state Capitol.
If the numbers meet expectations, St. Paul Police Senior Cmdr. Steve Frazer tells the St. Paul Pioneer Press it would be the largest march in Minnesota's capital since the city hosted the Republican National Convention in 2008.
The march is being held the same day as marches in Washington and elsewhere in the U.S. and around the world.