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Jesse Tyler Ferguson Helps #TurnOUT the Early Vote in Nevada

Last week, actor Jesse Tyler Ferguson and HRC Director Justin Mikita, who is married to Feguson, joined HRC Nevada in Las Vegas to make the final push to #turnOUT the vote in the last weeks of the campaign.

While visiting phone banks to energize and cheer on the volunteers, Ferguson spoke passionately about how electing Hillary Clinton is pivotal to maintaining the progress we’ve made on LGBTQ equality. including her future appointments to the Supreme Court.

Early voting has begun in the pivotal swing state of Nevada. Nevada will be essential to electing Hillary Clinton and securing a pro-equality majority in the U.S. Senate (with HRC endorsed Catherine Cortez Masto).

HRC has been on the ground for months now working to activate our members and the entire LGBTQ community to get out the vote. Today, there are an estimated 93,300 LGBTQ voters living in Nevada — a substantial population given that the state was won in the last three presidential elections by an average of 69,731 votes.

We need to do everything we can to turn out the LGBTQ vote and deliver a win for Hillary Clinton. Email trevor.chandler@hrc.org for ways you can get involved!

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