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Mayor Lori Lightfoot LPAC Virtual Event

By Charlotte Robinson, February 22, 2021


Celebrating Black History Month, LPAC (Lesbian Political Action Committee) is hosting their first virtual event of 2021 with Mayor Lori Lightfoot of Chicago on Tuesday February 23rd from 7:30P to 8:30P EST via Zoom. Mayor Lightfoot will talk about her trailblazing role as the first LGBTQ person & first Black woman elected to lead Chicago & the first Black woman elected to serve as mayor of one of America’s ten largest cities. In addition to Mayor Lori Lightfoot LPAC’s newest endorsees will be joining the conversation including Darden J. Rice, Elisa Crespo, Crystal Hudson, Kristin Richardson Jordan & LaWana Slack-Mayfield who will talk about the importance of local politics & the 2021 election cycle. LPAC is the only organization whose mission is to build the political power of LGBTQ women. LPAC’s focus is on electing candidates particularly LGBTQ women who share our values: LGBTQ & women’s equality, women’s health & social justice while helping coalesce LGBTQ women as a concrete & powerful political demographic. LPAC was founded in 2012 by a group of LGBTQ women seeking to create a place & voice at the power table for our community. They do this by endorsing & investing in candidates directly & supporting them through independent expenditure campaigns. They’ve raised more than $6.3 million & endorsed more than 150 candidates. The LPAC Mayor Lori Lightfoot & 2021 Election Kickoff virtual event on Tuesday February 23rd from 7:30 to 8:30P EST & is sponsored by Laura Ricketts & hosted by Alix Ritchie. Tickets begin at $25. For More Info & Tix…

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