Unfortunately Your Editor's broken bones were still rattling around loose, so she was not able to march this year. But the Space Alien, a fearless and industrious reporter, covered this for the Space Alien Gazette.
The Women's March to the Polls, not only encouraged women to get out the vote this year, but also facilitated early voting for those wishing to do so.
From a convenient perch atop Chicago's Roosevelt University in the historic Auditorium Theatre Building, the Space Alien could Watch the marchers.
|The Space Alien Watches from atop the |
Auditorium Theatre Building
|The Space Alien Enjoys a Performance at the Auditorium Theatre|
But today, seeing how many marchers were dressed for the occasion, the Space Alien went to the nearby "Voter Village, " quickly found a vendor with perfect outfitting for the March, and sent this exclusive selfie back to Your Editor.
|The Space Alien Outfitted for the Womens March to the Polls|
"How do you like my outfit?" asked the Space Alien, stopping in at Your Editor's house after the March. "This tote bag is so handy for all my marching gear! And the t-shirt and cap are simply ME!"
"Well, I guess since you are imaginary you won't be voting any time soon, so whenever you do it will be your first time," answered Your Editor, still somewhat glum about missing the March.
"I know," said the Space Alien sadly. "I'm not a citizen and I'm not even real -- but even if I'm imaginary I still have hopes and dreams!"
"You're right," agreed Your Editor. "I'm sad because I couldn't march today, and this had been among my hopes and dreams. But now I need to move on and do what I can to get out the vote!"
The Space Alien nodded sadly and then brightened --- "Look at my pictures! There were SO many people! Maybe even more than last year! I'm glad I went, and I marched twice as hard -- for you!'
"Thank you," said your Editor. "Your being there was almost like being there myself! So now let's have a look at your photos!"
|Chicago Women's March 2018 in Grant Park|
Chicago Women's March 2018 at the
Chicago Civic Center