About 200 marchers file down West Holley Street during the March for Bernie Rally on Sunday afternoon, July 24, 2016, in downtown Bellingham. The march started at City Hall, moved down Commercial Street through downtown, then onto Holly Street ending at Maritime Heritage Park.
About 200 marchers file down West Holley Street during the March for Bernie Rally on Sunday afternoon, July 24, 2016, in downtown Bellingham. The march started at City Hall, moved down Commercial Street through downtown, then onto Holly Street ending at Maritime Heritage Park. Paul Conrad For The Bellingham Herald
About 200 marchers file down West Holley Street during the March for Bernie Rally on Sunday afternoon, July 24, 2016, in downtown Bellingham. The march started at City Hall, moved down Commercial Street through downtown, then onto Holly Street ending at Maritime Heritage Park. Paul Conrad For The Bellingham Herald

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