Achieving full freedom and liberation for LGBTQ people requires a democracy that works.
Currently, the administration is weakening efforts to count LGBTQ and other historically undercounted groups in the Census. At the same time, conservative state leaders are using voter suppression tactics and gerrymandered districts to keep certain groups from exercising their constitutionally protected right to vote.
Whether it is at the federal, state or local level, winning LGBTQ-friendly policies requires decision makers who are willing to act favorably on pro-LGBTQ issues. We need our entire community engaged in the democratic process to secure the outcomes that work for us and not against us.
Queering the vote means educating LGBT people and our allies on the issues and challenges we and our families face because of a lack of employment protections, marriage inequality, and more.
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- Senator Kamala Harris: A friend and champion to the LGBTQ Community“As a Black, queer woman and leader in the LGBTQ movement, I know far too well how women of color are often asked to fix all that’s wrong with our systems in a short period time as if it didn’t take centuries for the system to become as corrupt as it is.” – Kierra Johnson, Deputy Director of the National LGBTQ Task Force Action Fund
- Coming out to Vote in 2020The LGBTQ community has been politically active and engaged for as long as most of us can remember. Ever since Marsha P. Johnson threw the first brick at Stonewall – and even before that – we have been fighting for our right to exist, to love, to express ourselves, and to be recognized. We’ve seen…
- The 2020 Primary Season starts today!Today marks the official start of the 2020 primary season. Voters across Iowa, including thousands of LGBTQ voters, will caucus in the first contest that will determine the Democratic Party’s nominee. Over the coming months w the National LGBTQ Task Force Action Fund will be rolling out resources to help LGBTQ voters make the best…