Count Every Vote

by HRC staff

A large rainbow flag is waved in front of the US Supreme Court.

Well, we always knew this was going to be a long night — but, we must keep the faith.

HRC Post-Election Briefing on The 2020 Returns: What they mean, and where we we go from here is tonight. This year we invested more, endorsed more candidates and played a bigger role in the 2020 campaign than ever before. Come learn how we did, what it all means and where we are headed. Join HRC President Alphonso David, senior political staff, and a few surprises for this critical briefing.

Thursday, November 5, 2020, 6pm ET

In the days ahead, we will stay vigilant until all ballots are counted and every voice is heard nationwide. In the meantime, we have retained a crucial pro-equality majority in the U.S. House of Representatives and elected many more pro-equality candidates up and down the ballot. As more news breaks in key races, you can continue to follow the latest news at www.hrc.org/news.

While we wait to receive complete and final numbers on the presidential election and other key Senate, House and state legislative races, our paths to victory still exist. Your hard work got us this far. You worked harder than ever before.

With COVID-19, more absentee ballots and votes still uncounted, we know a lot is still unknown.

Regardless of the outcome, know this: We will keep fighting for what is right and just. And the Human Rights Campaign will be here for you every step of the way, and your safety and wellbeing is what matters most to us. Our work needs to continue and it will — together.

We will be in touch with more information as we confirm it in the days and weeks ahead. Please stay healthy and safe, and stay positive. Thank you for your continued support.