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In California, 10% of Legislature now identifies as LGBTQ

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At least 10% of California lawmakers identify publicly as LGBTQ, a first for any U.S. legislature. At least 519 out LGBTQ candidates won elected office this year, in positions ranging from school board up to Congress and governor, said LGBTQ Victory Fund press secretary Albert Fujii. That’s a record, well up from 2020, when 336 LGBTQ candidates won, according to the group.
Published 2 months ago · Sacramento, United States

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