We have researched, vetted, and selected campaigns and organizations that are most likely to have a major impact in key battleground states. These include states that are likely to have a decisive impact on the US Senate, US House, and White House.
The Alaska House majority caucus consists of 21 members mostly made up of Democrats. This majority now has a path to getting a floor vote on a non-discrimination bill.
With a newly elected pro-equality governor, advocates are fighting back against anti-LGBTQ legislation. Help build support for a pro-equality trifecta in 2024.
With complete control of the state, Republicans have passed anti-LGBTQ bills including "Don't Say Gay." Advocates are pushing back and building power to hold them accountable.
Republicans have continued to attack LGBTQ people legislative session after session. Increasing the number of Democrats at the state level would strengthen the backstop against anti-LGBTQ bills in Georgia.
In 2022, Kansas re-elected Gov. Laura Kelly, whose first official act was to reinstate protections for LGBTQ workers. Openly LGBTQ US Rep. Sharice Davids is up for re-election in 2024.
Advocates in Michigan have been trying to pass comprehensive and inclusive nondiscrimination protections aggressively for the past decade. Gov. Whitmer has made this a priority with the new pro-equality legislature.
In 2020, North Carolina re-elected pro-equality Gov. Roy Cooper, who is up for re-election in 2024. Democrats hope to expand their numbers in one or both chambers in 2024.
Local and national advocates have been working to advance pro-LGBTQ legislation in Pennsylvania. The new Democratic majority in the state house makes this more likely.
Local advocates have been fighting anti-LGBTQ legislation since Republicans took legislative control decades ago. In 2023, state races will help build power across Texas.
Republicans have a trifecta in West Virginia. Local advocates are also aware of the important role that US Sen. Joe Manchin (D) will continue to play over the next few years.
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