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Voter Information for November 2014

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While the big victory for equality on marriage this year was a reason to celebrate, there are still plenty of fronts for the LGBT community to achieve equality. Many people are surprised to learn that it is still legal in Pennsylvania to be fired from your job, evicted from your home, or turned away from a business just for being gay or transgender. And that’s just one issue we will need elected officials to take leadership on.

We encourage everyone to vote for Tom Wolf for governor, and to check out our voter guide for candidates who will fight for equality in Harrisburg.  Remember, equality is not a partisan issue, it’s a ‘people’ issue.

Here’s what you need to know for the 2014 General Election:

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