PHOENIX - Thousands of people came to the Arizona Capitol Sunday for a Women's March in Phoenix.

Police estimated that about 25,000 people showed up.

Speakers rallied the crowd before taking a two-mile march near the Capitol in downtown Phoenix.

"This year, looking forward, we're looking at the midterm elections, and this year thinking about what we can do to move forward and make a substantial difference," said Eva Burch, one of the event's organizers.

The 2018 Phoenix Women's March started at the old Arizona Capitol. (Photo: Anne Stegen/12 News)
The 2018 Phoenix Women's March started at the old Arizona Capitol. (Photo: Anne Stegen/12 News)

Volunteers and workers helped register people to vote and enlist campaign volunteers for candidates.

Thousands of people marched in downtown Phoenix with the Women's March. (Photo: Anne Stegen/12 News)
Thousands of people marched in downtown Phoenix with the Women's March. (Photo: Anne Stegen/12 News)

See the march via 12 News' Facebook Live feed.

PHOTOS: Women's March in Phoenix

There were other marches around Arizona this weekend. See more.

And here are the Young faces at the 2018 DC Women's March.