Washington D.C. prepares for Election Day unrest


DC leaders are bracing for what's expected to be a day of demonstrations election They will also bring some additional security measures. As many as 10,000 people are expected together. Black lives matter Plaza tomorrow for a demonstration organized by shutdown the seat. Other groups are also urging voters to attend events in the area. There will be a People's watch party beginning at 8 30 Election night, according to multiple reports and non scalable fence will also be erected at the White House today, similar to the one that went up during the protest this summer. While many groups have made clear they have no intention to interrupt voting at the polls. DC Police chief Peter Newsom said last month the department is preparing for civil unrest following the election. Melissa how w. T

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