Photos by Zach Jablonski/Peninsula Daily News

Photos by Zach Jablonski/Peninsula Daily News

Impeachment supporters gather in Port Townsend

More than 300 people lined East Sims Way near Kearney Street in Port Townsend on Tuesday afternoon at an impeachment support rally organized by the Port Townsend Indivisible Group.

People carried a variety of signs to demonstrate their support of impeaching President Donald Trump with the House of Representatives set to vote on two articles of impeachment Wednesday.

Many vehicles driving by honked in support of the group’s efforts.

Impeachment supporters gather in Port Townsend
Impeachment supporters gather in Port Townsend
Paula McDonnel, left, and Marcia Hartshorn hold the sign for the Port Townsend Indivisible Group on Tuesday afternoon at the rally.

Paula McDonnel, left, and Marcia Hartshorn hold the sign for the Port Townsend Indivisible Group on Tuesday afternoon at the rally.

Kristina Wilkening holds two toilet bowl brushes with caricatures of President Donald Trump during the impeachment support rally Tuesday afternoon.

Kristina Wilkening holds two toilet bowl brushes with caricatures of President Donald Trump during the impeachment support rally Tuesday afternoon.

Rally organizer Michael Cornfoth, right, stands with Linda Martin during the Port Townsend Indivisible Group’s rally supporting the impeachment of President Donald Trump.

Rally organizer Michael Cornfoth, right, stands with Linda Martin during the Port Townsend Indivisible Group’s rally supporting the impeachment of President Donald Trump.

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