The Republicans are trying to beat-up the Democrats in today's election. Let’s not let them attempt to takeaway all the rights that the Obama administration has achieved for our LGBT community. There are extremely close elections across the country that will shape the landscape for LGBT equality legislation over the coming years. The polls are virtually tied in the Massachusetts governor race, in key U.S. Senate races in New Hampshire & a half-dozen other states. We can't wake up tomorrow knowing we could have done more to elect progressive forward-thinking politicians. Tell the world know you plan to vote for equality today. Please send messages to your friends, family & the world that LGBT civil rights should be a top priority for our elected leaders. Aside from voting, the most important thing you can do today is send your friends & family members messages that voting for pro-equality candidates is important to you. In Massachusetts we’re voting for Dems Ed Markey for U.S. Senator, Martha Coakley for Governor, openly gay Steve Kerrigan for Lt. Governor, openly gay Maura Healey for Attorney General, Deborah Goldberg for Treasurer, William Galvin for Secretary of State, Suzanne Bump for Auditor, United States House of Representatives: Richard Neal MA-1, Jim McGovern MA-2, Niki Tsongas MA-3, Joe Kennedy MA-4, Katherine Clark MA-5, Mike Capuano MA-7, Stephen F. Lynch MA-8 & Bill Keating MA-9.
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