Equality PAC Endorses Nancy Soderberg for Congress
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
September 4, 2018
Daytona Beach – Today, former U.S. Ambassador and FL-06 Democratic nominee, Nancy Soderberg, announced the endorsement of Equality PAC. This endorsement highlights Soderberg’s commitment to fighting for equal rights for the LGBTQ+ community.
“Equality PAC is proud to endorse Nancy Soderberg for Congress,” Rep. Mark Takano (D-CA), Equality PAC Co-Chair, said. “Nancy has a history of public service and fighting for human rights and equality around the world. We know that she will stand as a strong ally for the LGBT community and will be a fighter for equality in Congress.”
“I am incredibly honored to be endorsed by Equality PAC,” Soderberg said. “As a U.S. Ambassador, I fought tirelessly for equality abroad, and while we have made progress here at home, there’s still much more to do. In Congress, I’ll continue the fight for true legal and social equality for our LGBT neighbors.”
This endorsement builds on the momentum behind Soderberg’s campaign following her primary victory. She has garnered support from local leaders, national figures, grassroots groups, and local and national organizations, including five members of the Florida Congressional delegation, Daytona Beach Mayor Derrick Henry, Rep. Patrick Henry, Rep. Joyce Cusack, Eustis Mayor Rob Morin, St Johns County Environmental Caucus, Florida Young Democrats, Indivisible United Florida 6th District, Volusia United Educators, Florida LGBTA Democratic Caucus, and AFSCME Florida.
Soderberg’s momentum also includes being named to the DCCC’s Red to Blue List, and earning endorsements from Vice President Joe Biden, Gold Star Father Khizr Khan, Emily’s List, Orlando Sentinel, End Citizens United, Planned Parenthood Action Fund, NewDem’s PAC, Foreign Policy for America, NARAL, Serve America, among others. You can view the full list of Soderberg’s endorsements at https://soderbergforcongress.com/endorsements/.
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