‘Grab ’em by the ballot box’: Marchers in Los Angeles look ahead to midterm elections

Ali Davis, 46, of Koreatown holds a sign urging marchers to get politically involved.

Ali Davis, 46, of Koreatown holds a sign urging marchers to get politically involved. (Michael Livingston / Los Angeles Times)

A year after the inaugural Women’s March, some Angelenos were less interested in reacting to the Trump presidency than plotting to stymie it.

“A protest is great, but if you don’t follow that up by bothering your politicians and going to vote, it doesn’t do much,” said Ali Davis, 46, a Koreatown resident who was holding a sign that read, “Grab em by the ballot box.”

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