Candlelight Vigil Held On Eve Of Election
Credit: Matthew Cavanaugh
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- Adults Only,
- American Culture,
- Capitol Building - Washington DC,
- Color Image,
- Five People,
- Focus On Foreground,
- Group Of People,
- Memorial Vigil,
- Only Women,
- Part of a Series,
- Side View,
- Waist Up,
- Washington DC,
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Candlelight Vigil Held On Eve Of Election Stock PhotoAdults Only,American Culture,Candle,Candlelight,Capitol Building - Washington DC,Color Image,Democracy,Election,Five People,Focus On Foreground,Group Of People,Headlight,Holding,Horizontal,Illuminated,Memorial Vigil,Night,Only Women,Outdoors,Part of a Series,People,Photography,Politics,Side View,Standing,USA,Waist Up,Washington DCPhotographer Matthew CavanaughCollection: Photonica World WASHINGTON - NOVEMBER 1: Participants hold candles during a vigil for clean, fair elections and the importance of voter rights, near the Capitol building in Washington, DC on November 1, 2004. The American Friends Service Committee, National Council of Churches, United for Peace & Justice, and other groups sponsored candlelight vigils in cities around the world called 'Lighting the Path for Democracy.'