Kirsten was the first presidential candidate to announce a comprehensive LGBTQ rights agenda—including plans to guarantee equal rights under the law, support families and kids, protect and expand access to health care, and ensure the safety of LGBTQ individuals. She has stood with the LGBTQ community throughout her career, from her early support for marriage equality and leading the charge to repeal Don’t Ask, Don’t Tell, to fighting for the rights of transgender people to serve in our military. She is an original cosponsor of the Equality Act, and is fighting for the rights of LGBTQ people to live, work, raise families, serve in the military, and go to school without discrimination.
Kirsten will keep fighting for LGBTQ rights during this campaign and as president—and that’s why we need to make sure her voice is heard in all of the presidential debates. If you want to hear more about her vision for our future, chip in a dollar to help us advance to the second round of debates.