BOISE, Idaho — Saturday marks 100 consecutive days of demonstration for a group of Boise residents.
The group has gathered on State St. behind the Idaho Capitol Building every day since June, from 12 p.m. to 1 p.m. They wave flags, hold signs, and encourage drivers to 'honk for American values' to support voting and marginalized groups.
Organizers say the group ranges in size, sometimes being few in numbers, to nearly 100, as seen on Saturday.
They plan to continue the demonstration until November 3, election day.