Parade fills Phoenix streets to encourage residents to vote

A band, luchadores and a folkloric dancer filled the neighborhood streets near Carl Hayden High School Saturday in an effort to convince residents to vote blue in the upcoming election.

The band led the way down 33rd Avenue and Roosevelt Street, playing tunes like Pharrell’s “Happy” and Kool and the Gang’s “Celebration.” 

Cars stopped in the road, recording the scene with their phones as others stepped out into their driveway to watch the festivities. Volunteers took the opportunity to hand them their voter information bags. 

The demonstration was organized by the left-leaning activist group LUCHA, which stands for Living United for Change in Arizona. The organization focuses on issues related to immigration, racial justice and problems facing working families.  

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