Cortez women’s march encourages residents to vote

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Cortez women’s march encourages residents to vote

Power to the Polls rally joins national movement

More than 300 people gathered at City Park in Cortez for a women’s march on Saturday.

Cortez women’s march encourages residents to vote

The crowd waits to march at the Power to the Polls women’s march in Cortez on Saturday.
Participants in the Power to the Polls women’s march in Cortez march along Main Street.
Lisa Holz and daughter Morgan march in the Power to the Polls women’s rally in Cortez on Saturday.
A marcher listens as Cortez Mayor Karen Sheek speaks to the crowd before the Power to the Polls rally in Cortez on Saturday.
A group of activists from the Rosa Belongs Here campaign marches in the Power to the Polls rally in Cortez on Saturday.
Diane Adelson and Susan Sante before the Power to the Polls women’s march in Cortez on Saturday.
Mayor Karen Sheek of Cortez addresses the crowd at the Power to the Polls rally in Cortez on Saturday.
MB McAfee, a candidate for Montezuma county commissioner, speaks to the crowd at the Power to the Polls rally Saturday in Cortez.
Jeff Busic and a friend march in the Power to the Polls women’s rally Saturday in Cortez. Busic’s wife, Rebecca, marches behind with a sign that reads “Proud Wife of a Handsome Feminist.”
Jack Stanley, Ophelia Cooper and Idris Cooper hold signs during the Power to the Polls rally Saturday in Cortez.
Participants march around the Cortez City Park at the Power to the Polls rally Saturday in Cortez.
Jo Schaaf poses with a sign at the Power to the Polls rally Saturday in Cortez.
Chris Barns and Kathleen Stachowski pose with their signs at the Power to the Polls rally Saturday in Cortez.
Annette Vallejos poses with her sign at the Power to the Polls rally Saturday in Cortez.
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