LANCASTER COUNTY, Pa. — Hundreds of protestors, including some from South Central Pennsylvania, are expected to gather at the nation's capital in support of President Trump's election fraud claims.
Organizers leading Wednesday's group leaving from Elizabethtown say four buses will be rolling out, transporting around 175 people.
They will be headed for the MAGA rally there, one of several rallies taking place in DC.
The group is planning to leave from the old K-Mart shopping center in Elizabethtown, Lancaster County around 7:00 a.m.
The White House said President Trump is planning to speak Wednesday, but it's unclear when.
Rallies planned have officials in DC preparing for potentially violent clashes.