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05/20/2010

'69: Stonewall asked you to riot. '10: Stonewall asks you to click your finger. Stop whining and help

by Jeremy Hooper
Tim Bishop, Roxanne Conlin, Chris Coons, David Cicilline, Joyce Elliott, Keith Ellison, Lee Fisher, Scott Galvin, Alexi Giannoulias, Kirsten Gillibrand, Alan Grayson, Bill Halter, Paul Hodes, Rush Holt, Mary Jo Kilroy, Juan La Fonta, Betsy Markey, Elaine Marshall, Kendrick Meek, Patrick Murphy, Chellie Pingree, Ed Potosnak, Steve Pougnet, Harry Reid, Joe Sestak, Carol Shea Porter, Betty Sutton, Dina Titus, Manan Trivedi, Tim Walz.

Like any of the above names? Well you should, because they're all U.S. Senate or House candidates who National Stonewall Democrats has pinpointed as workers working towards LGBT equality. However, only a select ten of these names will get an extra boost in this election season from efforts (calls, op-eds, local organizers) to be coordinated by NSD.

And that's where you, my lovelies, come in. You can actually tell NSD who you'd like them to support. Five of their supported candidates will come from your votes, and the other five will come from Stonewall PAC's own discretion. Vote here:

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ELECT EQUALITY

Think of it as a version of "American Idol." One where the second word is still far-too-fully replaced with its homophone, which is precisely why we need the first word's federal legislative seats replaced with/sustained by homo-loving folks who've vowed to be active.

Oh, and one with no Ford commercials. Sen. Gillibrand already took care of that.

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