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LGBTQ Victory Fund works to recruit, train and elect out public officials at all levels of government.
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Kim for Georgia 19m
When I started my locs, people warned me about hair discrimination. So, I’m grateful for this legislation and urge legislators to pass it.
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Victory Fund Jan 18
Replying to @DLCC @BetoORourke and 2 others
We’re 10 days out from electing the 6th openly LGBTQ woman to the Texas legislature. Help flip Texas >>
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Democratic Legislative Campaign Committee Jan 18
By flipping the Texas House, we can help stop the racist gerrymandering, make progress on issues like gun violence, and work to increase access to health care. That's why and are in Texas getting out the vote for !
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Malcolm For PA Jan 17
WATCH 📺🏀💰‼️ 3+ MILLION DOLLARS AND COUNTING BACK TO THE DISTRICT. No better feeling than getting to deliver big for my lifelong neighborhood! 💪🏾💪🏾
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LPAC Jan 17
Don't start the weekend without considering a donation for ! Early voting for her TX House seat starts next week! (h/t )
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Victory Fund Jan 17
🎉 Happy Birthday, Queen 🤩
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Governor Kate Brown Jan 17
"Voting is a privilege"? No Governor, you're wrong. It's a right. Let's call this out for what it is: voter suppression.
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Victory Fund Jan 17
😍 anniversary goals 😍
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Victory Fund Jan 16
The latest poll in the San Diego mayoral race shows Victory Fund Spotlight Candidate leading the pack. Todd will be the first openly LGBTQ person and first person of color elected mayor of San Diego.
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Mayor Lori Lightfoot Jan 15
When I was a child, I witnessed and experienced a lot of terrible things said about African Americans and the LGBT community. But I didn't have the words or strength to speak up. I will be silent no more.
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Victory Fund Jan 16
Replying to @EricMorrison_DE
Delaware's LGBTQ community deserves better than Earl Jaques. Let's make sure wins his primary this September.
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Victory Fund Jan 16
This year we have a huge opportunity: we're going to elect openly LGBTQ lawmakers to both chambers of the state legislature. We've endorsed for the House and for the Senate.
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Victory Fund Jan 16
Replying to @VictoryFund
Delaware is one of the 8 states without a single openly LGBTQ state lawmaker. It SHOWS.
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Victory Fund Jan 16
Replying to @EricMorrison_DE
Last year when held a fundraiser where he performed in drag, his *Democratic* opponent, incumbent Rep. Earl Jaques could have minded his own business. Instead...
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Victory Fund Jan 16
If you like defeating homophobes and replacing them with principled, progressive and FIERCE openly LGBTQ leaders, then you should get to know our candidate for Delaware state House District 27, Eric Morrison.
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Ryan Fecteau 🏳️‍🌈 Jan 16
Virginia is for lovers and for loving LGBTQ youth just the way they are! Bring it home in the House Delegates, and squad! 🙌🏻
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Victory Fund Jan 15
We're excited to see back in this race in , especially after Jeff Van Drew switched parties and decided Donald Trump deserved his "undying support."
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Elena Schneider Jan 15
This is a big NH get for Buttigieg >>
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Victory Fund Jan 15
Today we pause to reflect on the life and work of Rev. Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr., born this day in 1929. 52 years after his assassination, people in the U.S. and around the world continue to be inspired by King’s hopeful vision and unwavering tenacity.
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Ann Johnson Jan 15
I am proud to receive the recommendation for endorsement by the Texas Gulf Coast Area Labor Federation. I will always be a strong advocate for working families, and fight for fair wages, workplace protections, and dignity at work.
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