Thousands of women have one message: Vote

Las Vegas( CNN) What happens in Las Vegas on Sunday won’t is necessary to stay in Las Vegas.

Thousands — many who sported signature pink hats and anti-Trump, pro-women’s claims signs — flocked to Sam Boyd Stadium as early as 5:30 a.m. in snappy desert temperatures for the occasion. It was a smaller turnout — about a third of the stadium seats were filled — but the gathering was electrified by a line-up of all-star loudspeakers and operations by craftsmen Ledisi and Faith Evans. An official tally of attendees was not provided.

This year, the prime Women’s March organizers — who devoted often of 2017 unifying as numerous people as they could for 2018 — have a goal of passing the movement’s force into government action. They hope to register 1 million voters in 2018.