Students Take The Lead, But Politicians Will Be Out In Force At March For Our Lives
Students take the lead, but politicians will be out in force at March for Our Lives
The high-school-student-organized March for Our Lives this weekend has put politicians in an unusual spot: the back seat.
Although students are the driving force behind the D.C. march and sister marches around the country, elected officials and candidates from the District, Maryland and Virginia are finding ways to participate — chartering bus loads of constituents, speaking at pre-march rallies and simply planing to be in the crowd.
D.C. Mayor Muriel E. Bowser (D) is leading a contingent of D.C. students, joined by most members of the D.C. Council and Del. Eleanor Holmes Norton (D). They will meet …