Among our incredible slate of 2018 openly LGBTQ candidates:
U.S. House of Representatives
- Missouri State SenateMissouriRyan will be the third openly LGBTQ legislator currently serving in Missouri.
- Rowan County ClerkKentuckyDavid is running to unseat anti-LGBTQ incumbent Kim Davis
- Maine House of RepresentativesMaineRyan is the youngest openly LGBTQ state legislator in the United States
- Indiana SenateIndianaJD will be the first openly LGBTQ member of the Indiana General Assembly
- Montgomery County CouncilMarylandPete will be a voice for the LGBTQ community in Montgomery County, MD
- Mayor of Long Beach, CALong Beach, CaliforniaRobert is the first openly LGBTQ person to be elected Mayor of Long Beach
- Fort Lauderdale City CommissionFort Lauderdale, Florida
- Texas House of RepresentativesTexasMary is the first openly pansexual elected official in the U.S.
- Game ChangerU.S. House of RepresentativesKentuckyJim will be the first openly LGBTQ Congressman from Kentucky
- Game ChangerMassachusetts Attorney GeneralMassachusettsMaura is the first openly LGBTQ attorney general in the United States
- Arizona House of RepresentativesArizonaDaniel is one of only three LGBTQ individuals in the Arizona State House and a fierce advocate for gun violence prevention
- Game ChangerU.S. House of RepresentativesCaliforniaKatie will be the only LGBTQ woman in the U.S. House of Representatives.
- Michigan House of RepresentativesMichiganJon is one of just three openly LGBTQ members of the Michigan Legislature
- Circuit Court of Cook CountyChicago, IllinoisCecilia will be a critical LGBTQ voice on the Cook County bench
- Texas House of RepresentativesCarrollton, TexasJulie will be a powerful voice for LGBTQ people in Texas
- Game ChangerU.S. House of RepresentativesTexasGina will be the first openly LGBTQ person elected to Congress from Texas.