There are over 50 million Equality Voters in America — LGBTQ+ people and allies who understand the importance of electing officeholders as committed to equality as we are. But pro-equality candidates are only part of the equation: we must also fight to ensure the access to and integrity of our elections. Access to free and fair elections is central to preserving democracy, and it’s something that affects LGBTQ+ people disproportionately.

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HRC Voting Center

We made history in 2020 by electing the most pro-equality presidential ticket in history and establishing a pro-equality majority in both the House and Senate. We need to keep up…

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Your Elected Officials

Search here to find how your federal elected officials stand on legislation that impacts the LGBTQ+ community.


Voting Social Shareables

There’s a lot of misinformation about mail voting going around right now. Here’s a few simple rules to follow so we can all make sure our voices are heard loud…

Elections, State & Local Policy

Voting Deadlines Broken Down State-By-State

No matter where you are, you have options when it comes to voting. Take a look at the deadlines in your area broken down for you below. Then make your…


Virtual Phone Banking

Phone from Home!
Voter-to-voter contact is the most effective way to communicate what’s at stake for the LGBTQ community in this election. Moreover, we need to communicate safe voting options…

Federal Policy

Trump’s Administrative Abuse and the LGBTQ+ Community

Under the Obama administration, the lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender and queer people plus community members who use different language to describe identity (LGBTQ+) community experienced a landmark expansion of federal…

Federal Policy, Elections, Allies, Laws & Legislation

Trump's Timeline of Hate

Since the moment Donald Trump and Mike Pence walked into the White House, they have attacked the progress we have made toward full equality for the LGBTQ+ community and undermined…


Ted Cruz: Not a Fan of Pride Parades

Withdrew CandidacyWhether the issue is marriage equality or critical protection from discrimination, Texas Senator Ted Cruz has consistently opposed equality for LGBT Americans. And he’s gone even further, attacking fellow…

State & Local Policy, Elections, Communities of Color

Step by Step: Mail Voting in Ohio

Human Rights Campaign has launched a step-by-step mail voting guide for Ohio's voters ahead of Election Day.