Californians seeking to advance conservative leaders and advances to prepare for Sunday's election plan to gather on Sunday in Sacramento, potentially on stage with clashes.
The "Turn California Red" rally organizers say that fans gather outside the Capitol at 1 am. local time. The directors have been granted permission for up to 500 people to attend the event, according to the California Highway Patrol.
"Show these democrat politicians that we are no longer listening and their seats are no longer safe," the event page reads.
On Saturday night, 150 people attended and more than 650 claimed to be interested.
The congregation comes because some Conservatives in California are tired of the state's liberal policy. According to event organizers, Democrats do not "state the state for normal citizens".
But the Sunday gathering is opposed to the protest. An anti-fascist group Antifa Sacramento warned members of the group's Facebook page that "the far right falls down." The group urged people to "report on bigotry" until "they could intervene in street harassment or attacks."
The organizer of the event, Chris Ross, admitted to the Sacramento Bee that he looks rhetoric of the Rally Conservatives, intensifyingly examines the Florida man who allegedly sent bombs to more democratic politicians and liberals.
"In the midst of recent events, some may be desperate in midfield and rally," he wrote. "We can not afford or allow the actions of one person to influence our passion for the fulfillment of our mission. Stay on track, Patriots.
He urged people on the event site to refrain from inflammatory rhetoric to endanger the event.
He also wrote that all flags and flags should be fitted on measuring tapes – there are no pipes, thick columns or "anything in this category" is allowed, he wrote.
Officials at Sacramento are expected to have a high alert, the San Diego-Union Tribune reported.
In 2016 violence broke out when white nationalists and skinheads faced opposing demonstrators at the State Capitol neo-Nazi rally. Seven people were stabbed and the building was closed by staff and tourists still inside.
Other gatherings on chaotic violence, such as Huntington Beach, the California Rally, strengthened, where President Trump's supporters and opposition protesters faced violence.