It is hard to let go of supporting a candidate who seems so perfect like Sanders. I get that. So my hope is that over the next weeks, these Bernie or Busters will come around to see the bigger picture.
I’m not really in favor of supporting a 3rd party candidate. The chances of them getting enough votes to win is worse than your chances of winning the lottery.
For me, Sestak brings all thge important viewpoints that I care about and in addition, he isn’t beholden to what the DNC thinks is best. He seems to be in the best position to take down Toomey, and no candidate comes close to be connected to the average person.
My hope would be for those who support Bernie to refine their message so that they are attacking the DNC politics as usual rather than attacking Hillary. And for those who support Clinton to see how the DNC makes Clinton appear to be a puppet of the rich and powerful.
In my opinion, LGBTQ voters would do better to turn their attention to State elections and Congressional races, because it is at these levels of government that we need to make great strides ahead.
This year’s EQPA primary endorsements represent a mix of legislators who have a history of supporting LGBT people and candidates who would add important new voices to the Pennsylvania State Assembly. Equality PA works each year to elect candidates who support full equality for LGBT people, and this year is no exception.
According to a new unscientific poll of Scruff users released last week, Clinton is the clear favorite of gay men who use the app.
I found the linked article interesting reading– there may be one GOP presidential candidate that is slightly LGBT friendly. This would be bigger news, except John Kasich doesn’t appear to have any shot at getting the GOP nomination. But does his position tell us anything about at least part of the GOP? John Kasich, the Republican Governor of Ohio and presidential hopeful, said on Tuesday that the question of gay marriage is settled law and[Read More…]
I get so frustrated when I hear LGBTQ persons clam that their vote doesn’t matter, especially when it comes to state-wide elections. And, this year’s general election is critically important for anyone who cares about progressive issues in general, and LGBTQ issues specifically. Because, we will be voting on members of the judiciary. Ted Martin of Equality PA puts it this way: The history of the state courts in Pennsylvania has not been favorable on[Read More…]
In the last general election, fewer than half of all eligible adults voted, and the majority of those who did get to the polls were conservatives. If every registered democrat turned out to vote, the conservatives wouldn’t be in charge everywhere!