(PGN) Brian Bond is Democratic National Convention Committee director of public engagement.
(PGN) In advance of the Democratic National Convention, PGN spoke with a series of key players in the Democratic Party on a range of LGBT issues.
(PGN) Tiffany Newmuis heads diversity and community-engagement efforts for the PHL Democratic National Convention Host Committee. She also serves as director of diversity for the Pennsylvania Convention Center.
(PGN) Schumer has served as a U.S. Senator in New York since 1999.
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(PGN) Toward the end of his 40-minute speech, Bill Clinton highlighted his wife Hillary’s famous quote, “Women’s rights are human rights and human rights are women’s rights.”
(WB) D.C. Mayor Muriel Bowser on Wednesday promoted the nation’s capital as an “open city” during a forum that coincided with the Democratic National Convention.
(PGN) California Lt. Gov. Gavin Newsom introduced his state Wednesday at the Democratic National Convention as “proudly pro-lesbian, pro-gay, pro-bisexual and pro-transgender.”
(PGN) Zach Wilcha already had a coffee meeting (although he drank water; he doesn’t like coffee) and a 20-minute phone call with an LGBT business owner by the time he biked to his glass-walled office at the Industrious Workspace on Broad Street on a recent Thursday morning.
(WB) Fanned by nearly 100-degree heat, tensions ran high during the first day of the Democratic National Convention as Bernie Sanders supporters booed Hillary Clinton at an event designed to promote her candidacy.
(WB) On the third night of the Democratic National Convention, President Obama led a series of heavy hitters who delivered speeches praising Hillary Clinton as the right candidate to lead the country.
(WB) The second night of the Democratic National Convention proved historic as delegates made Hillary Clinton the first woman presidential nominee of a major U.S. political party.
(PGN) As America’s two major parties hold their conventions this month, their platforms take opposite approaches to LGBT voters, with Democrats bringing the community closer into the fold and Republicans excising it.
Eight Democrats took the stage in Atlanta Wednesday evening to make their case why they should chair the national party.
(WB) Democrats ratified a party platform late Monday called the most LGBT-inclusive in history and a unifying document after a bitter primary.
(WB) Democratic National Committee Chair Tom Perez said Wednesday the defeat of a Virginia anti-LGBT Republican at the hands of transgender candidate Danica Roem was “justice,” pledging to stand with her on the day she takes office in the state legislature.
(PGN) Before getting on stage Monday at a block party for the Democratic National Convention, Philly Drag Mafia performers chatted about a Melania Trump impression featured on Stephen Colbert’s “Late Show” last week.
(PGN) Christine Leinonen moved the crowd at the Democratic National Convention Wednesday to their feet, and many of them to tears.
Last week during the Democratic National Convention, Christine Leinonen of Orlando victim Christopher “Drew” Leinonen spoke at the event. The short speech received a standing ovation from the crowd.