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HRC Hard at Work in New Hampshire to GOTV for Hillary Clinton

by Hayley Miller February 05, 2016


HRC staff and volunteers are on the ground in New Hampshire, working hard to get out the vote for Hillary Clinton ahead of Tuesday’s primary.  HRC announced its endorsement of Clinton last month at rally in Des Moines, Iowa with HRC President Chad Griffin

Our staff and volunteers are bracing the snow, going door-to-door to show their support for Hillary. HRC is also hosting several phone banks to reach voters across the Granite State.

As a candidate, Hillary Clinton has made LGBT equality a pillar of her campaign, and unveiled a robust, ambitious and detailed plan for making progress on equality as president.  She has vowed to fight for the Equality Act -- a bill that would finally offer explicit, clear, and permanent non-discrimination protections for LGBT people at the federal level -- and her LGBT policy platform specifically calls for dropping the ban on open transgender military service, banning dangerous “conversion therapy” for minors, ending the epidemic of transgender violence, and supporting HIV prevention and affordable treatment, among other proposals that would advance equality and support the LGBT community.

Do you #StandwithHRC? It’s not too late to get involved. Join a phone bank today to show your support.  Contact HRC’s field team to join a phone bank near you.

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