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Subject Our first 2022 endorsements, Pride Primaries and more!
Date June 4, 2021 7:19 PM
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OUR FIRST 2022 ENDORSEMENTS!
We issued our first endorsements for the 2022 campaign cycle this week! First up, we’re standing with Malcolm Kenyatta for the U.S. Senate! Watch the full video of the endorsement event here [[link removed]] . And check out photos from the event here [[link removed]] .
Vice President of Political Programs Sean Meloy joined Malcolm for the endorsement in Pittsburgh [[link removed]] , where he reiterated the need for more diverse voices in the U.S. Senate [[link removed]] . Malcolm will be the first Black LGBTQ U.S. Senator and one of the youngest Senators [[link removed]] in history!
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We’re also standing with Daniel Hernández as he runs for the U.S. Congress! Daniel is running in Arizona-02, previously held by U.S. Congresswoman Gabby Giffords [[link removed]] .
Victory Fund President & CEO Mayor Annise Parker spoke with Daniel about this legacy and his plans to win. Watch their full conversation here [[link removed]] !
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PRIDE PRIMARIES
Tomorrow is Election Day in Texas! Jalen McKee-Rodriguez announced endorsements from Julián Castro, Joaquin Castro [[link removed]] and Elect Educators [[link removed]] . He also participated in a final candidate forum. You can read all his responses here [[link removed]] !
Mark Levine is preparing for his June 8th primary for Lt. Governor and the people of [[link removed]] Virginia are standing with him [[link removed]] !
Alexandria City Council candidate Kirk McPike spoke with ALXNOW about his experience during the Jan. 6 Capitol Riots, when he sheltered in place with his boss, Congressman Mark Takano. Read the full story and how the experience prepared him to lead [[link removed]] .
James Lewis , also running for the Alexandria City Council, is hard at work on the campaign trail. He’s been meeting with voters [[link removed]] and joined local labor leaders to show his support for the PROAct [[link removed]] . He also announced an endorsement from IBEW Local [[link removed]] !
And don’t forget: we have a huge slate of LGBTQ candidates running in New York! Check out volunteer options and sign up for a shift [[link removed]] !
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PRIDE NEWS TO WATCH
While the number of LGBTQ elected officials has grown, LGBTQ people are still woefully underrepresented. Sean Meloy joined Local21News to talk about the need for more representation [[link removed]] .
Spotlight candidate Tyler Titus is ready to make history – again! Read the latest update on Tyler’s campaign in INTO [[link removed]] .
Looking for a new way to celebrate Pride? Consider running for office! Victory Fund Campaign Board Member and member of the Cook County (IL) Board of Commissioners Kevin Morrison penned an op-ed detailing his historic run and why we need more LGBTQ voices in office [[link removed]] .
Let’s end on a fun note: Attorney General Dana Nessel and state Senator Jeremy Moss celebrated Pride with style by running through the Michigan state capitol waving Pride flags [[link removed]] .
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CANDIDATE SPOTLIGHT
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