Waymon Hudson

Equality Florida Action PAC Releases St. Petersburg Endorsements

Filed By Waymon Hudson | July 16, 2009 2:00 PM | comments

Filed in: Media
Tags: Equality Florida Action PAC, Karl Nurse, Scott Wagman, St Petersburg, Steve Kornell

The Equality Florida Action PAC, which supports openly LGBT and pro-Equality Candidates, has released its endorsements for the upcoming races in St. Petersburg, FL.

St. Petersburg is Florida's fourth largest city and is part of the state that plays a key role in larger statewide and national elections. Along with the endorsements, the group is asking for people to join them to phone bank for these pro-equality candidates. All you need is a computer and a phone. They supply the phone numbers, script, and training necessary for you to be successful.

A special note, openly gay city council candidate Steve Kornell would be the first openly gay city council member ever in St. Petersburg if elected.

The endorsements after the jump...

From the Equality Florida Action PAC:

St. Petersburg Mayor Endorsement

Scott Wagman
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Scott Wagman is running a great campaign in a tough race for St. Petersburg Mayor. He has received a 100% on our candidate questionnaire and will be a strong advocate for the LGBT community if elected.

St. Petersburg City Council Endorsements

District 5
Steve Kornell
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Openly Gay

Steve Kornell is running a strong campaign and if elected will be the first openly LGBT person on the St. Petersburg City Council. He received a 100% on our candidate questionnaire.

Steve Kornell is leading the pack with more money and more endorsements than his opponents. If elected, he would be the first openly gay city council member ever in St. Petersburg.

District 6
Karl Nurse
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Karl Nurse is running to keep his seat on the St. Petersburg City Council. He received a 100% on our candidate questionnaire.

Equality Florida Action PAC only endorses candidates who meet a combination of strategic criteria:

*They must be Champions of LGBT equality.
*They must be running strong in competitive races.
*In particular, we support qualified, openly LGBT candidates who can bring a vital perspective and much-needed voice to the political debates that impact our lives.


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