Among our incredible slate of 2018 openly LGBTQ candidates:
U.S. House of Representatives
- Michigan Attorney GeneralMichiganShe will be only the second openly LGBTQ Attorney General in the United States.
- Game ChangerU.S. House of RepresentativesNew HampshireChris will be the first openly LGBTQ person elected to Congress from New Hampshire
- Georgia House of RepresentativesGeorgiaSam is the first openly gay man and first Asian American Democrat elected to the Georgia State Legislature
- Game ChangerU.S. House of RepresentativesNew YorkSean is the first openly LGBTQ member of Congress from New York
- Game ChangerU.S. House of RepresentativesWisconsinMark is one of seven openly LGBTQ members of Congress
- Game ChangerGovernor of ColoradoColoradoJared will be the first openly gay man elected governor in the United States
- Oregon House of RepresentativesOregonKarin is the first openly LGBTQ woman elected to serve House District 41 in the Oregon House of Representatives.
- Game ChangerU.S. House of RepresentativesFloridaDavid will be the first openly gay man elected to Congress from Florida
- Illinois House of RepresentativesIllinoisLamont will be the only openly LGBTQ man and person of color serving in the Illinois General Assembly.
- Metropolitan Water Reclamation District of Greater ChicagoChicago, IllinoisDebra will remain the only LGBTQ member of the Board
- California State SenateCaliforniaJoy will be the first LGBTQ person to represent the 28th District in the California Senate.
- Judge Probate Court 1Houston, TexasJerry is running to unseat a judge who refuses to perform same-sex marriage ceremonies
- Pennsylvania House of RepresentativesPhiladelphia, PennsylvaniaBrian is the only openly LGBTQ member of the Pennsylvania State House
- Game ChangerU.S. SenateArizonaKyrsten will become the first openly bisexual member of the U.S. Senate
- Alabama House of RepresentativesAlabamaFelicia will be the second openly LGBTQ person elected to the Alabama House of Representatives
- Game ChangerU.S. House of RepresentativesCaliforniaMark is the only openly LGBTQ person of color serving in Congress