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Changing The Political Landscape

By Charlotte Robinson, July 05, 2018
Now that the Fourth of July holiday is over there’s work to be done to change this horrendous administration with 472 women entering the race for the House in November & 57 potentially running for the Senate. We haven’t seen anything like this since 1992 referred to as the “Year of the Woman” when 24 women were elected to the U.S. House of Representatives which was the largest group of women ever to enter the House in a single election. So let’s focus on getting these women candidates elected in November & one crucial way is through savvy media campaigns because if voters know a candidate's name & if they have seen her face before they're more likely to vote for the candidate in the booth. A good campaign video translates to reach, name recognition & of course fundraising. LPAC is the country’s only political action committee that is committed to empowering & engaging LGBTQ women. Now in its sixth year LPAC builds the political power of LGBTQ women by electing candidates who champion LGBTQ rights, women’s equality & social justice issues. LPAC has successfully raised millions of dollars to reach these goals. With the 2018 Midterm elections in November it is crucial to back candidates that support our values & stop the Trump administration’s attempt to erase the progress we have achieved. In this exclusive audio montage we talked with red carpet attendees at “Levity & Justice For ALL” a comedy benefit for LPAC at Town Hall in NYC about the midterm elections & more. LISTEN:
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1 comment:

Marilyn Rosen said...

There’s no time to just talk about taking action...we have to support a huge change in the make up of the Congress and LPAC is key to this as you mention and keep the popular resistance moving forward.

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