Post submitted by HRC Communications Temp Wyatt Ronan
Today, the Human Rights Campaign (HRC) announced the addition of 4 staff in Arizona, bringing our total number of staff mobilizing voters in Arizona to 7 with just 53 days until the November 3rd election.
HRC is adding staff in key states across the country dedicated to mobilizing and turning out 1.7 million “Equality Voters” that will make the difference in elections for President, Senate, Congressional races and state legislative races across the state. HRC’s grassroots army builds upon the more than 600 endorsements made this cycle, a record for the organization.
HRC is also announcing the endorsement of Kate Gallego for re-election as Mayor of Phoenix, as well as Juan Mendez, Athena Salman and Melody Hernandez adding to the slate of 30 state legislative candidates the Human Rights Campaign has endorsed this cycle. This brings our organizing strength to bear in these key races in an effort to elect a pro-equality majority in Arizona. The state still has a patchwork of local protections for LGBTQ people without statewide anti-discrimination laws on the books. Today’s endorsement and investment marks the next step of our efforts to elect as many pro-equality allies as possible […]
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