Democrats Are Overlooking a Key Demographic: LGBTQ Women

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“LGBTQ women are volunteers, donors, activists and voters. We’re the engine of the progressive movement.” 

So why are they still so underrepresented in government?

Community leaders, parents, kids, doctors, lawyers, assemble in front of the White House to protest the non-science based policy of segregating LGBTQ children in public schools based on the schools’ determination of their gender identity. (Ted Eytan / Flickr)

Lisa Turner is political director of LPAC, the only national organization working to elect LGBTQ women to political office.

And she knows how to make that happen. A longtime Democratic organizer, Turner’s had a hand in electing some of America’s most prominent LGBTQ women including Sens. Kyrsten Sinema (D-Ariz.), Tammy Baldwin (D-Wis.) and Chicago Mayor Lori Lightfoot. 

Now, she and LPAC are leading the fight to make 2020 the year…

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