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Tammy Baldwin

WI-Sen

"I think young people get it. There is such a generational divide on issues of full equality for the LGBT community. And I think the event that we’re celebrating today — the implementation of the repeal of Don’t Ask, Don’t Tell — is one that’s really going to change America. Once we see openly gay servicemen and women serving proudly in uniform, risking their lives for their country that they love and believe in, I think that just changes the dynamic forever."

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Mark Takano

CA-41

"America began as an imperfect union in which ideas of freedom and equality applied to one gender and one race. Let us evolve already into the nation we should be. ENDA, yes; Out in Uniform, yes; Marriage Equality, yes; Respect, yes; Dignity, yes; LGBT equality, yes."

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Jared Polis

CO-02

"We celebrate our recent victories and our future challenges serve as our opportunities to completely level the playing field. With a focus on our nation’s value of freedom and an unflagging insistence on equality for all, we can look forward to a time when equal rights for all, regardless of the sexual orientation or gender identity, is a given."

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David Cicilline

RI-01

"Throughout my career, I've found that it is much more difficult for elected officials to advocate for denying the LGBT community our basic rights when they are working alongside an openly gay colleague. I believe that the simple act of electing more LGBT leaders to positions ranging from City Council to the US Congress can have an important impact on the advancement of full equality for our community."

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Mark Pocan

WI-02

“When we had the fight for collective bargaining, our main political organization, Fair Wisconsin, and many people came with rainbow flags to show support from collective bargaining. I think it’s the collective fight that we have against people who want to take away rights — it’s just growing and becoming more sophisticated and more powerful.”

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Matt Heinz

AZ-02

"Matt Heinz is one of the loudest voices for equality in our state. Rep. Heinz has spent the past four years in Phoenix advocating for equal rights for LGBTQ's, and for all Arizonans. He works across party lines in a state with deep partisan divisions, and he gets things done as a result. Matt Heinz accomplishes all this without compromising his personal or professional integrity."

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Kyrsten Sinema

AZ-09

"We need to seek allies and we need to vote. All issues affect gay people"

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Sean Patrick Maloney

NY-18

“Sean has proven he knows how to get things done in Washington. He’s deeply experienced and absolutely committed to finding ways to put New Yorkers and all Americans back to work. As an openly gay dad, he’ll also be an authentic voice for LGBT families across the country. We’re extremely pleased about tonight’s big win,” said Chuck Wolfe, president and CEO of the Victory Fund, which endorsed Maloney.

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