Bo Jo Yurcaba
More than half of the Democratic presidential candidates will take the stage on Thursday to talk about LGBTQ issues in a CNN town hall, co-hosted by the Human Rights Campaign Foundation. The fact that the event even exists is historic and shows how far the country has come, experts say, but they expect the candidates to […]
Tonight's historic #PowerOfOurPride presidential town hall is a milestone for the LGBTQ rights movement and a testament to the growing power of the more than 11 million LGBTQ voters & 57 million Equality Voters in America. My op-ed for @CNNOpinion: https://t.co/Iamvrd4wid
— Alphonso David (@AlphonsoDavid) October 10, 2019
— 📎Lesley-Ann Brandt (@LesleyAnnBrandt) October 9, 2019
Bernie Sanders cancels campaign events indefinitely after heart procedure.
— Chris Johnson (@chrisjohnson82) October 2, 2019
I will use my story, our energy, and the power of the presidency to tear down the walls that have excluded far too many LGBTQ+ people for far too long. Today, I am proud to share my plan for building a new era for LGBTQ+ Americans: https://t.co/GPVecSJWEx pic.twitter.com/vSHDfeW4xk
— Pete Buttigieg (@PeteButtigieg) October 10, 2019
Today, I introduced a plan to ensure everyone in the LGBTQ+ community is able to live proudly and openly, without fear of discrimination. We can restore equality and dignity in the White House. https://t.co/tS2YM46az7
— Kamala Harris (@KamalaHarris) October 10, 2019
Warren’s plan includes ending the price-gouging of PrEP and fighting the epidemic of violence facing black trans women.
— Equality Texas (@EqualityTexas) October 10, 2019
Everyone who wants to provide a safe, loving home for a child— whether through foster care or adoption, should be able to.
— Julián Castro (@JulianCastro) October 10, 2019