Hero of the Day: Alabama’s Patricia Todd

Archive for January, 2015

Hero of the Day: Alabama’s Patricia Todd

Posted on: January 30th, 2015 by teamlpac

Patricia Todd#‎ICYMI‬ This out lesbian lawmaker in Alabama has had enough of her homophobic colleagues in the legislature hiding behind “family values” as a criticism for anti-LGBT rhetoric while they engage in extramarital affairs. Don’t mess with Patricia Todd or our community! Read the story at Gawker.com.

Our Work Remains Critical

Posted on: January 23rd, 2015 by teamlpac

With stories like this New York Times article20tue2-articleLarge, Team LPAC has so much to continue to fight. We need all supporters of lesbian and women’s rights to join us in the battle!

Congrats and Good Luck Maura Healey

Posted on: January 21st, 2015 by teamlpac

0120_Healey-620x420Congrats to LPAC endorsed candidate Maura Healey! Today, she will be sworn in as Massachusetts’s Attorney General, becoming the first openly gay Attorney General in United States history. Best of luck Maura Healey!

Check out the story at WBUR.

SCOTUS to Hear Marriage Equality

Posted on: January 16th, 2015 by teamlpac

BREAKING: The Supreme Court has agreed to address whether same-sex couples have the constitutional right to marry, finally!

Read more at Freedom to Marry

Kamala Harris Announces Run for US Senate

Posted on: January 13th, 2015 by teamlpac

Kamala HarrisLPAC proudly endorsed Kamala Harris – the first woman, first African American, and first South Asian to be California’s Attorney General – as one of our 2014 Heroes. Yesterday, she announced that she will run for US Senate to replace the retiring Senator Barbara Boxer. We wish this LPAC Hero good luck!  Read more at Politico.com


#TBT: Congrats Lily Tomlin and Wife Jane Wagner on 1 Year Anniversary

Posted on: January 5th, 2015 by teamlpac

lily‪#‎TBT‬ HUGE congrats to the incomparable Lily Tomlin and her wife. They are celebrating their first year of marriage! The two tied the knot last year on New Years Eve – after 42 years together.

Read the story at SheWired.