Some 200 or more people taking part in the second annual Womens March in Statesboro rallied for Power to the Polls Sunday afternoon, but not just for electoral clout and electing more women. Resistance to racial and anti-immigrant prejudice and rejection of sexual victimization from harassment to rape were topics of outspoken concern and personal stories. In 2017 women on the local and national level rose up and spoke up, said event emcee Jill Johns, greeting marchers. We raised our hands and said, Me Too, and it wasnt easy. 2018 is the year of showing up, at home, at our places of work and especially at the ballot box. Marchers first gathered outside the Bulloch County Annex, the local voting headquarters. Lead organizers Suzanne Hallman, Johns, Suzanne Shurling and Ivory Watts coached them on chants such as The people, united, will never be defeated! and the call-and-response, Whos got the power? We got the power!