A banner year for LGBT candidates got even stronger with Kyrsten Sinema’s Senate win – The Washington Post

There are a lot of great organizations out there but there’s one that stands out to me in the LGBT political community. It’s the victory fund. The victory fund rooms people for public office. It’s not just a matter of wanting to run its knowing how to run for public office that’s a key to getting elected. I have a funny story about the victory fund. When I was living in Miami I was the chair of a fundraiser for the victory funds. They’re director of the elephant who was their first was a young guy and he put out 1000 posters on South Beach saying that named Alien Berrebi instead of Alain Berrebi. My friends left about that for months afterwards. But it was a great fundraiser and I hoped that I helped in a little way back then.

It’s wonderful to see the progress that the lgbtq community has had and I look forward to even more representation.


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Kyrsten Sinema (D) won Arizona’s open U.S. Senate seat. (Rick Scuteri/AP)

Financial Sector Gives Hillary Clinton a Boost

Money is the key to winning this campaign. But money well spent. Not like Jeb Bush did. But then Hillary is done really well being out spent by Bernie Sanders sometimes to the one in the states and still winning. Her team knows how to spend money and how to spend money strategically. And if Wall Street wants to help good for Hillary.

Hillary Clinton smiles to supporters during a rally in Oakland, Calif., on Friday.PHOTO: GABRIELLE LURIE/AGENCE FRANCE-PRESSE/GETTY IMAGES

Charles Koch: Clinton Might Make Better President Than Republican Candidates

I don’t believe this man.
Tumi this seems like a red herring to bolster Bernie Sanders at this pivotal moment in the campaign. There are some people you want to have say they think you are presidential material and there are others who are saying it to hurt you.
I am so proud of Hillary for taking a quick stance against this man’s rhetoric.