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On Feb. 19, the crowd watching at the Woman’s National Democratic Club was subdued, serious, intently listening. There were no exuberant reactions.
While watching the debate, many at the Woman’s National Democratic Club drew and colored-in large posters that they planned to take to the third annual Women’s March on Saturday.
Long-term Council member Jack Evans did not participate in the Sept. 26 debate, as he has not yet declared his candidacy for the 2020 race.
The tension built as the tallies rose evenly into the high 40s. Then, around 1:30 a.m. Friday, Sen. John McCain reentered the chamber.