Record Staff Writer

STOCKTON — Dozens marched along the streets of downtown Stockton to the steps of City Hall on Thursday evening to denounce Donald Trump, the billionaire businessman who defeated Hillary Clinton in an earthshaking upset in Tuesday’s presidential election.

The San Joaquin Pride Center, Fathers and Families of San Joaquin and the Little Manila Foundation joined forces to organize the march. A group of about 50 people converged on City Hall holding signs with slogans such as “Love Trumps Hate,” “Hope Trumps Fear” and “Not My President.”

Nicholas Hatten, executive director of the Pride Center, said the demonstration was held to voice concerns over Trump’s 100-day plan. That plan includes repealing and replacing the Affordable Care Act, suspending immigration from nations that are havens for Islamic terrorists and beginning construction on a wall along America’s porous southern border.

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