Would women march if Hillary was president?

All across the county and even overseas, women took to the streets in the second Women's March this weekend. The message remained the same: pro-equality, women's rights, LGBT rights, rights for people of color and immigrants' rights.

Last year's march was all about dissing the newly elected President Trump. This year, organizers want to get out the vote for the November midterms. Leaders encouraged women to not just vote, but run for office. They encouraged women to not just march, but start a movement.

Would these marches still happen if Hillary Clinton was elected president? On the Factor is Ken Webster Jr., host of The Pursuit of Happiness Radion on KPRC 950 AM and Letitia Plummer, an organizer of the Houston Women's March.