By Patrick Saunders
LGBTQ ally Ted Terry would make passing the Equality Act one of his first priorities if he were to become Georgia’s next U.S. Senator in 2020. “[The Equality Act] would be one of the first bills I would sponsor or co-sponsor,” Terry (photo) told Project Q Atlanta. The bill would amend the Civil Rights Act to prohibit discrimination on the basis of sexual orientation and gender identity in employment, housing, public accommodations and public […]
Too young. Too soon. Too unrealistic. That's what they said when I ran for mayor of Clarkston, GA. But I didn't listen. And I won.
— Mayor Ted Terry (@tedterry1) July 25, 2019