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Once on the bus, everyone felt as though they were in a flashback from a freedom ride in the civil rights era: hopeful, brave, patriotic and passionate.

This year's "Power to the Polls" themed march falls on the anniversary of the March on Washington D. in the wake of President Trump's inauguration and hopes to influence the midterm elections.

Joanne Wood of Hazlet, NJ, a woman sitting in front of me on the bus, expressed her thoughts: "I am going to the march to make sure that my children and grandchildren have all the rights they should have and are able to choose what they want to do and to get equal pay.

I was a single mother and I told my kids you can do anything you want.

As everyone gathered in front of the bus at 8 a.m., the atmosphere was exhilarating with neighbors greeting each other, making new friends with those who came from out of town, sharing jokes and just enjoying each other's company.

We have to head to the polls together, then sit at a table, where everyone is welcome and where the conversation includes all voices. My dream for you is to be like them, to know that you have a voice, that what you say, matters!

"Sit; you belong; your story matters; we want to hear and learn from you". And when you see something unfair, you stand up for yourself, for others, not for money or to be famous, but do it because it is right!

Besides East Millstone, women and men hailed from Bordentown, Hazlet, Hillsborough, Lambertville, Middlebush, Somerset and several other towns.

Most participants found out about the bus by the promotional efforts of the eight organizers using social media, reaching out to their personal contacts, and local organizations.

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