December 2019 impeachment protests in the United States

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December 2019 impeachment protests in the United States
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Impeachment protest in Des Moines on December 17
DateDecember 17–18, 2019
Location
Caused bySupport of the impeachment of Donald Trump
MethodsProtest

During December 17–18, 2019,[1] a series of demonstrations were held in the United States, in support of the impeachment of Donald Trump and his removal from the office of U.S. president.[2] According to organizers MoveOn and Common Cause,[3] more than 600 events were held.[4] The rallies were called "Nobody Is Above the Law"[5] and "Impeach and Remove", and December 17 was dubbed "Impeachment Eve", being held on the day before the House of Representatives' impeachment vote.[6]

Tens of thousands of people participated in the protest.[7] Stand Up America has also been credited as an organizer. The hashtags '#ImpeachAndRemove', '#ImpeachmentEve', and '#NotAboveTheLaw' trended on Twitter in the United States.[8]

Locations[edit]

Listed below are the rallies

State Cities Approximate attendance Notes
hundreds outside the US Capitol Building (at 9:30 am on the morning of the vote, Wednesday, December 18)[8]
 Alabama Birmingham 100+[9] Linn Park
Huntsville 150[9] Madison County Courthouse
Mobile 60[9] RSA Tower (location of Rep. Bradley Byrne's office)[10]
Montgomery 70[9] State Capitol Building[11]
 Alaska Anchorage 150-200[12] Rep. Don Young’s office building
 Arizona Phoenix hundreds Intersection of 24th St. and Camelback Rd, near the office of Senator Martha McSally[13]
Tucson 1,000+[14] protesters surrounded the US District Court and spilled across Granada Avenue, while on the opposite side of Congress Street a handful of Trump supporters stood their ground.[2][15][16]
 Arkansas Fayetteville 100+[17] outside the Historic Washington County Courthouse, around Center Street & College Avenue
Little Rock 200-300[18] Prospect Building; outside Rep. French Hill's office
 California Arroyo Grande/ Grover Beach 40[19] intersection of Oak Park and Grand Avenue (all four corners)
Bakersfield 50[20] Liberty Bell in downtown Bakersfield
Brea 200[21] Imperial Hwy & State College Blvd Intersection
Carlsbad hundreds (3 pm) several freeway overpasses[22]
Castro Valley 200+[23] intersection, Castro Valley Blvd. and Redwood Rd.
Chico 200-300[24] Chico City Plaza
Claremont intersection of Foothill and Indian Hill Blvds[25]
Clovis 350[26] Rep. Devin Nunes' district office[27]
El Cajon hundreds[22] Parkway Plaza[28]
Encinitas hundreds (3 pm) several freeway overpasses[29]
Escondido northwestern corner of Valley Parkway & Escondido Blvd[29]
Grass Valley 200[30] corner of Brunswick Rd and Sutton Way
Livermore 300[31] Flagpole Plaza
Long Beach 100[32] Harvey Milk Promenade Park
Los Angeles 1,000[32] Grand Park across from Los Angeles City Hall; actor, director & activist Rob Reiner, actress Alyssa Milano[3] & recently resigned Rep Katie Hill[33] spoke at the rally.
Modesto couple hundred Opposing rallies were held at intersection corners of Briggsmore and McHenry Avenues[34]
Monterey 200[35] Window on the Bay Park
Mountain View 300-400[36] Gateway Park; intersection of El Camino Real & Castro Street[37]
Napa hundreds Veterans Memorial Park[38][39]
Oakland 500+[23][40] Grand Lake Theater Intersection[41]
Orange hundreds Orange City Hall – Orange Plaza Square[42]
Palm Desert hundreds outside the office of MOC Dr. Raul Ruiz, in support of his upcoming vote to impeach[43]
Palo Alto 150-200[44] Lytton Plaza, a block away from Rep. Anna Eshoo's downtown office. A chicken Trump balloon effigy made an appearance.[45]
Redding 200+[46] Dueling rallies on both sides of impeachment were present. The pro-impeachment crowd gathered at Redding City Hall and marched down Cypress Ave across the bridge to Hartnell, where they were met by counter protesters[47][48]
Riverside 200[25] intersection of 14th and Lime Streets[25]
Sacramento 1,500[49] State Capitol - West Lawn[50]
San Diego 250 (Dec. 15) Waterfront Park / County Administration Building;[22][51] (Dec. 17) Del Mar Heights Freeway overpass banner drop[29]
San Francisco 2,000+[52] office of House Speaker Nancy Pelosi, Federal Building - march down Market Street to Senator Dianne Feinstein's office; Pelosi's daughter, Democratic strategist Christine Pelosi, spoke at the rally[52]
San Jose / Santa Clara corner of Stevens Creek Blvd and S. Winchester Blvd (Santana Row and Valley Fair shopping centers)[53]
San Luis Obispo few hundred[19] 1050 Monterey St - County Courthouse
San Rafael several hundred[54] San Rafael City Plaza
San Ramon 200+[31] outside San Ramon City Hall
Santa Barbara 300[5] Santa Barbara Courthouse[55]
Santa Cruz 300+[56] Santa Cruz Town Clock[57]
Santa Monica less than 100[32] Tongva Park, Ocean Ave and Colorado Boulevard[58]
Santa Rosa 200-300[59] Old Courthouse Square[38]
Sherman Oaks 400[60] Sherman Oaks Galleria[32]
Sierra Madre 400+[61] Kersting Court[62]
Ventura 400 Ventura County Government Center[63]
Victorville 50[64] Bear Valley Road / Interstate 15 bridge
Walnut Creek several hundred[65] intersection of Mount Diablo Blvd. and South Main St
Watsonville 150[57] Watsonville City Plaza
West Hollywood hundreds[66] West Hollywood Park[32]
Westlake Village 400[67] The Promenade at Westlake
 Colorado Aurora Aurora Public Library[68]
Boulder Boulder Bandshell[69]
Colorado Springs 200+[70] Acacia Park
Denver 1,500[71] office of Senator Cory Gardner / Colorado State Capitol - west steps[72]
Fort Collins hundreds sidewalk on Shields Street (next to Senator Cory Gardner's Fort Collins office)[73]
Grand Junction 100 Grand Junction City Hall; both sides of the impeachment battle clashed[74]
Pueblo 100 corner of Abriendo & Union Avenues[75]
 Connecticut Bethel 40[76] Bethel & Danbury Impeach Rally; Bethel Town Hall Green[77]
Fairfield 240[78] Fairfield Town Hall Green
Manchester 35[79] corner of Main & Center Street near the Library
New Haven dozens[80] New Haven City Hall
Stamford hundreds Stamford Government Center[81]
West Hartford 100[79] outside West Hartford Town Hall
Willimantic hundreds (Dec. 16, 5pm) corner of Jackson & Main Sts. opposite the Frog Bridge; the rally was held a day early because of impending winter weather.[82]
 Delaware Wilmington 50[83] DECO Food Court / Tubman-Garrett Riverfront Park
 Florida Bradenton 200+[84] steps of Manatee County Courthouse[85]
Cape Coral 200+[86] In Lee County, people on both sides of the impeachment debate gathered outside Rep. Francis Rooney's office.[87] Democratic Congressional candidate Cindy Banyai supported the protesters.[88]
Doral[33] dozens[89] Trump National Doral Golf Club[5][90][91]
Fort Lauderdale Federal Courthouse[90]
Lakeland 200+ office of Rep Ross Spano; Lakeland police closed off a portion of downtown Lakeland after a bomb threat was made during the rally[92]
Melbourne 500[93] County Government Building, Viera; 150-200 demonstrators gathered outside the office of Rep Bill Posey[94]
Miami 300[89][90] The Torch of Friendship at Bayside Marketplace[89]
Naples hundreds[87] Collier County Courthouse
Ormond Beach 230[95] Granada Bridge across the street from Ormond Beach City Hall
Pensacola 100+[96] corner of Garden and Palafox Streets
St. Petersburg 300[97] North Straub Park
Sarasota 200[98] Sarasota Federal Building
South Venice 700[99] Walmart Corner of US 41 and Jacaranda Blvd; area residents on both sides of impeachment used the busy intersection as their stomping ground[100]
Stuart 400+[101] Rep. Brian Mast's office / north side of Roosevelt Bridge
Tampa 150+[102] Sam Gibbons United States Courthouse
West Palm Beach several hundred[103] outside Mandel Public Library & the office of Senator Rick Scott[89]
Georgia (U.S. state) Georgia Atlanta[33] nearly 400 outside the office of Senator David Perdue, in Buckhead[104]
Savannah 100+[105] Rep. Buddy Carter’s office[106]
 Hawaii Hilo 150[107] Hilo Bayfront near the King Kamehameha Statute
Honolulu[108] along Ala Moana Blvd, on the grassy area between the Federal Building and Halekauwila
Kahului (Maui) 200+[109] Mauka sidewalk area along Ka'ahumanu Ave, between Wakea and Kane St
 Idaho Boise 200[110] Idaho State Capitol Building, Front Street; 15 counter-protesters were also present[111]
 Illinois Arlington Heights 175[112] corner of Arlington Heights Road and Northwest Highway
Chicago[8] 2,000[113] Federal Center & Plaza – Trump Tower[114]
Elmhurst 150+[115] outside the Wilder Mansion
Evanston 500+[116] Fountain Square
Frankfort corners of Route 30 and LaGrange; handfuls of pro-Trump supporters in vehicles clashed with protesters[114]
Naperville 400+[114] Dandelion Fountain, Naperville Riverwalk Grand Pavilion[117]
Peoria 200[118] Campustown Intersection/Main & University Streets
Springfield outside Rep. Darin LaHood's district office[119]
Western Springs dozens[114] Water Tower at Tower Green
 Indiana Evansville Winfield K. Denton Federal Building and U.S. Courthouse; dueling rallies took place[120]
Fort Wayne 60+[121] Allen County Court House
Indianapolis 200[122] Indiana Statehouse[123]
South Bend 50[124] Senator Mike Braun’s South Bend office
Terre Haute 6[125] Vigo County Courthouse
 Iowa Cedar Rapids US Federal Courthouse[126]
Davenport 85[127] offices of Senators Joni Ernst & Chuck Grassley
Des Moines 300[128] Iowa Capitol Building - Front Lawn
Sioux City 30[129] Federal Courthouse
 Kansas Overland Park 400[5] Senator Pat Roberts' office[130]
Wichita dozens[131] Senator Jerry Moran's office
 Kentucky Bowling Green dozens[132] Fountain Square Park[133]
Lexington hundreds[134] A rally was held outside Robert F. Stephens Courthouse Plaza,[135] followed by a six-block march in downtown Lexington[136]
Louisville several hundred[137] outside Metro Hall & Sen. Mitch McConnell's Louisville office
 Louisiana Baton Rouge Louisiana Capitol
Metairie Rep. Steve Scalise's office[138]
New Orleans Bourbon St in the French Quarter
 Maine Auburn dozen Longley Bridge between Lewiston & Auburn[139]
Bangor 50[140] (Dec. 16) Rep. Jared Golden's office[141] / (Dec. 17) Luther H. Peirce Memorial Park[142] / Hope House
Bar Harbor 100+[141] Village Green, corner of Main Street and Mt. Desert Street
Belfast few dozen[143] Post Office Square
Brunswick 250+[93] Brunswick Town Hall
Machias The easternmost rally of the moment, at The Dike[108]
Portland 450[141] Monument Square
Rockland 140[144] Chapman Park
 Maryland Annapolis 100+[145] City Dock (by Alex Haley Memorial)
Baltimore hundreds McKeldin Square[146]
Bel Air 150[147] Downtown Bel Air, across from Rep. Andy Harris' office
Catonsville 150[148] in front of the office of the late Rep. Elijah Cummings
Columbia 200+[149] intersection of Broken Land & Little Patuxent parkways outside The Mall
Gaithersburg Gaithersburg City Hall[150]
Olney dozens[151] Olney Manor Recreational Park
 Massachusetts Belchertown 50[152] Belchertown Town Common
Boston several hundred Boston Common, near the State House.[153] Former Massachusetts Governor Bill Weld spoke to the crowd.[154]
Cambridge 200 Cambridge Town Hall[153]
Concord 350[155] First Parish Church, front steps
Falmouth 70+[156] Falmouth Town Green
Gloucester 100+[157] Gloucester Rotary, Grant Circle
Hyannis 300[156] public walkways along Route 132 near the Cape Cod Mall and K-Mart plaza[156]
Milford 50+[158] Milford Town Hall
Newburyport 100+[159] Market Square
Norwell 50[160] Norwell Town Hall
Pittsfield 150[161] Park Square[2]
Reading 100[162] Reading Common
Salem 30[163] Riley Plaza, across from Post Office
Sandwich 80+[156] Mill Creek Park[164]
Springfield 20 Rep. Richard Neal's office / Federal Courthouse on State St[165]
Worcester 50[166] Worcester City Hall
 Michigan Ann Arbor hundreds Ann Arbor Post Office; Mayor Christopher Taylor spoke at the rally.[167]
Detroit 125[5] Sen. Debbie Stabenow's Detroit office[5]
Ferndale several hundred corner of 9 Mile and Woodward Ave[168]
Flint several dozen[169] Flint City Hall[170]
Grand Rapids 200[171] Veterans Memorial Park
Kalamazoo 60[172] Rep. Fred Upton's office; Kalamazoo Urban Nature Park
Lansing 250[173] State Capitol Building
Midland dozens[174] Ned S. Arbury Centennial Park
Monroe 80+[168] West Elm Ave & North Monroe St,[168] St Mary Park[175]
Rochester Hills 485 The rally occurred in freezing temperatures outside Rep. Elissa Slotkin's office[176]
 Minnesota Duluth 60[177] Minnesota Power Plaza
Minneapolis 100[178] Hennepin County Government Center
Saint Paul[33] 400[179] Saint Paul Capitol[180]
 Mississippi Starkville Oktobbeha County Chancery Clerk Building
Tupelo Rep. Trent Kelly's District Office
 Missouri Ballwin 350[181] Rep. Ann Wagner's office
Kansas City 200[182] Mill Creek Park near the entrance to the Plaza
Springfield several dozen[183] corner of Battlefield and Glenstone[184]
 Montana Billings three dozen[185] Yellowstone Court House Lawn
Bozeman 200+ Gallatin County courthouse[186]
Helena 200[187] Montana Capitol Building, north side steps
Missoula 200+ Rep. Greg Gianforte's office & Sen. Steve Daines' office; hundreds of people on both sides took to the streets[188]
 Nebraska Grand Island 20+ in front of Rep Adrian Smith's office[189]
Lincoln 250[190] Robert V. Denney Federal Building and U.S. Court House
Omaha couple hundred[191][192] Midtown Crossing at Turner Park
 Nevada Carson City 100[193] sidewalk in front of Nevada State Legislature
Las Vegas hundreds[194] Lloyd D. George United States Federal Courthouse[195]
Pahrump 1 This pro-impeachment rally, scheduled for 5:30 pm at the intersection of Highway 160 and Crawford Way, did not quite go as planned, as only one member showed up. It was also countered 90 minutes earlier by a group of 50 pro-Trump supporters.[196]
Reno few hundred[197] Reno City Plaza
 New Hampshire Dover 75[198] Henry Law Park
Nashua 100[199] Downtown Nashua office of Sen. Jeanne Shaheen; both protesters & counter-protesters stood outside in freezing weather
New London 45[200] gazebo & Main St
Portsmouth 100[201] Portsmouth Market Square
 New Jersey Glen Rock 60[202] Rep. Josh Gottheimer's office
Mays Landing 300 Rep. Jeff Van Drew's office; Van Drew would vote against impeachment, then switch to the GOP, much to the disgust of the protesters.[203]
Montclair 125-150[204] Public Gathering Space at corner of Bloomfield & Church Street;[204] BlueWaveNJ rally at Five Corners[205]
New Brunswick 150[206] New Brunswick City Hall, clerk's office
Newark 30[207] outside the offices of Senators Bob Menendez & Cory Booker, 1 Gateway Ctr.
Princeton 400+[208] Princeton Hinds Plaza[209]
South Orange 125-150[204] South Orange Train Station
Summit 100[210] Summit Train Station
 New Mexico Albuquerque 200[211] public sidewalks, Central and Girard Intersection[212]
Las Cruces 100[213] Albert Johnson Park
Santa Fe intersection of St. Francis Drive & Cerrillos Road[214]
 New York Binghamton 40 Metro Center - in front on the sidewalk; Rep. Anthony Brindisi's office[215]
Buffalo Bidwell Park, corner of Elmwood Ave & Bidwell Pkwy[216]
Cobleskill, Veteran's Park[217]
Colonie[217] hundreds corner of Wolf Road and Central Avenue[218]
Glens Falls Glens Falls City Park - Rep. Elise Stefanik's office; protesters were met by a group of Trump supporters[217]
Hudson[217] 50[219] outside Rep. Antonio Delgado’s Hudson office
Huntington Station 250[220] Huntington Village, NW Corner of Park Ave & Main St.
Jamestown 50[221] Dow Park; Rep. Tom Reed's office
New York City thousands[5] Times Square[33][2][222]
Oneonta 50+[223] Muller Plaza
Patchogue 300-700[220] outside Rep. Lee Zeldin's office[224]
Peekskill Sen. Chuck Schumer's Peekskill office[225]
Potsdam 17[226] Potsdam High School parking lot
Syracuse 200[227] outside of the Federal Office Building
 North Carolina Asheville hundreds Vance Monument / Pack Square Park[228]
Charlotte 200[2] Mecklenburg County Democratic Party Headquarters; Marshall Park[229]
Hillsborough 250[230] Old Courthouse
New Bern 150+[231] Union Point Park
Raleigh 500+[230] Bicentennial Plaza[33]
Sylva few dozen Mill Street; a Trump supporter disrupted the rally with his pickup truck and a “Rambo” flag[232]
Winston-Salem 200[233] Grace Court
 North Dakota Fargo three dozen sidewalk outside Rep. Kelly Armstrong's office (in sub-zero temperatures)[234]
Minot dozen[235] Ward County Court House[236]
 Ohio Bowling Green Wooster Greenspace[175]
Cincinnati 175+[237] Cincinnati Fountain Square
Cleveland hundreds (5 pm) Market Square Park, West 25th Street & Lorain; (7 pm) Cuyahoga County Democratic Party office[238]
Columbus 1,500[239] Graceland Shopping Center[240]
Cuyahoga Falls 200[241] - 500+[93] corner of Portage Trail and Front Street
Dayton 200[242] Rep. Mike Turner's office building
Lima 40[243] Lima Town Square
Toledo 50-70[175] "Honk for Impeachment" rally at southeast corner of Central & Secor[175]
 Oklahoma Claremore 60[244] Rep. Markwayne Mullin’s Claremore District office; residents came out both for and against impeachment
Oklahoma City 50[245] DCCC Offices/Rep. Kendra Horn Campaign HQ; One Western Plaza office building
Tulsa 150[246] 21st Street & Utica Avenue, outside Sen. Jim Inhofe’s office
 Oregon Astoria 150+[247] 16th & Marine Drive
Bend hundreds Greenwood Avenue & Bond Street[248]
Corvallis several hundred[249] Benton County Courthouse[250]
Eugene 1,000[251] Wayne Lyman Morse Federal Courthouse
Grants Pass 130[252] Josephine County Courthouse; rally hosted by Rogue Indivisible[252]
Medford 200[252] Vogel Plaza
Portland 1,500-2,000[253][254] Tom McCall Waterfront Park (North End) / intersection of NW Murray Blvd and NW Cornell[255]
Salem 300[256] State Capitol
 Pennsylvania Beaver 200[257] Beaver County Court House
Bethlehem 200[258] Rose Garden Park
Greensburg 100+[259] Westmoreland County Courthouse
Harrisburg 200[260] Harrisburg State Capitol steps
Lancaster hundreds Penn Square[261]
Langhorne 100+[262] Rep. Brian Fitzpatrick's office, One Summit Square
Philadelphia hundreds Thomas Paine Plaza; northwest corner of City Hall[263]
Pittsburgh 700+[264] Two rallies were held; one at City County Building Christmas tree (300+ people), the other near the office of Rep. Conor Lamb at Mt. Lebanon (400 people)
West Chester couple hundred[265] Chester County Courthouse
 Rhode Island Providence 250-300[266] Rhode Island State House
 South Carolina Beaufort 150[267] outside Rep. Joe Cunningham's Beaufort office
Greenville hundreds[268] Greenville City Hall
Rock Hill[269] Fountain Park
 South Dakota Sioux Falls (Dec 18) 41st and Kiwanis Ave[270]
 Tennessee Bristol 20[271] Bristol TN/VA Sign
Franklin dozen Franklin's main square[272]
Knoxville 100+[273] Downtown congressional offices
Memphis two dozen[274] outside of Logan's Restaurant on corner of Poplar & Ridgeway Loop
Nashville 100+[272] Federal Courthouse on Broadway[275]
 Texas Arlington 100+[276] office of Rep. Ron Wright
Austin hundreds (10 am) The Texas State Capitol / (5:30 pm) Austin City Hall[277]
Fort Worth 300[276] office of Rep. Kay Granger
Galveston 80[278] sidewalk in front of Menard Park
Houston ~120[279] outside the office of Senator Ted Cruz, at Mickey Leland Federal Building
Plano 100[5] Rep. Van Taylor’s office
Richardson hundreds Dallas, Texas Coalition to Impeach and Remove; Rep. Colin Allred's office[280]
San Antonio hundreds Milam Park / Plaza de Zacate / Hipolito F. Garcia Federal Building (office of Rep Will Hurd)[6]
 Utah Salt Lake City[8] 1,000[281] Federal Wallace Building[282]
 Vermont Brattleboro 44[283] Pliny Park[284]
Essex Junction 250[285] Five Corners
Middlebury 100[286] Cross Street Bridge[287]
Rutland 50[288] Main Street Park
 Virginia Charlottesville Albemarle County Office Building[289]
Richmond 100+[290] outside Sen. Tim Kaine's office; meanwhile, a small crowd known as “Black Voices for Trump” held a roundtable discussion at Boogaloos Bar and Grill in the Brookland Park area[290]
Virginia Beach 100[291] Independence and Virginia Beach Boulevard
Williamsburg couple hundred[292] James City County Courthouse
 Washington Bainbridge Island[293] Waypoint Park[294]
Bellingham 500+[295] Bellingham City Hall
Everett hundreds busy sidewalks of North Broadway (3900 Block)[296]
Issaquah Gilman Boulevard;[297] Rep. Kim Schrier's district office
Langley[296] Cascade Avenue
Olympia couple hundred[293] State Capitol Legislative Building, north steps
Redmond hundreds Redmond Downtown Park[298]
Seattle 2,500[293] (3:30 pm) The 50th street overpass over I-5, North Seattle; (5 pm) Henry M. Jackson Federal Building Plaza.[299] Seattle Mayor Jenny Durkan and King County Executive Dow Constantine were among the speakers who addressed the crowd.[293][297]
Sequim 200[300] corners of Sequim Ave and Washington Streets
Spokane 230+ (2 pm) I-90 Overpass in Spokane County; (5:30 pm) Thomas S. Foley Federal Courthouse[301]
Tacoma 200[302] US Courthouse[293] / Tacoma Union Station
Vancouver hundreds Esther Short Park[303]
Wenatchee 125[304] Memorial Park
 West Virginia Charleston several dozen Robert C. Byrd US Courthouse; both sides stood on out opposite ends[305]
Huntington outside of the District Office of Rep. Carol Miller[306]
 Wisconsin Madison 200[2][307] State Capital Building
Milwaukee few hundred[308] sidewalk outside Sen. Ron Johnson’s district office on Wisconsin Ave.
 Wyoming Jackson 60 Jackson Town Square; protesters braved single-digit temperatures[309]

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