Robin Tyler and Diane Olson of North Hills had gathered up most of the night's placards around their electric scooters.
"We've come out of the feminist movement, the anti-war movement, the LGBT movement. We've come out of so many movements and we know who the real thing is, and Hillary Clinton isn't making up her background. She has worked for decades on behalf of people, for decades to change things," said Tyler, 74.
Tyler and Olson sued to challenge California’s same-sex marriage ban in 2004, after being repeatedly denied at the Beverly Hills courthouse. A California Supreme Court judge ruled in their favor, and when Tyler and Olson married in 2008 they were the first same-sex couple to do so in Los Angeles County.