Tuesday, December 8, 2009

Martha Coakley Wins Dem Primary...:)

1/20/10 UPDATE: Wake Up America, The Dems Need a Plan
Landslide for Martha Coakley, on to Election in January :)
OUTTAKE MEDIA™ & the Massachusetts Gay & Lesbian
Political Caucus endorses Attorney General Martha Coakley
for the US Senate seat previously held by Ted Kennedy....
Martha Coakley has an exceptional track record of support
for the LGBT community. In National Leadership on Marriage
Equality, Coakley filed an unprecedented legal challenge to the
federal Defense of Marriage Act (DOMA). On fighting for LGBT
seniors, Coakley worked to pass legislation expanding health
care protections for LGBT seniors in Massachusetts (MassHealth
Equality). Her track record on Transgender Rights is OUTstanding.
Coakley was an early supporter & the first statewide office holder
to support the Transgender Rights bill pending in the Massachusetts
legislature. When it comes to prosecutions of Hate Crimes,
Coakley sought & obtained numerous civil rights injunctions to
protect LGBT victims of hate crimes.

Audio Interview Length: 14:00
Exclusive Audio chat w/ Arline Isaacson, Co Chair of the MGLPC
about the ramifications of the lawsuit Massachusetts Attorney
General Martha Coakley has filed
against the U.S. Government

For More Info about MGLPC.org
Hear Audio Interviews w/ LGBT Leaders @OUTTAKE VOICES™
View Our Historic Short Trailer on Gay Marriage


Anonymous Martha Coakley said...

I’m a candidate for the United States Senate. With December 8th tomorrow, I want to personally ask you for your vote and for your support. In the Senate, I’ll work to get real results on issues that are important to us all. I’ll fight for health care reform with a strong public option, for tougher accountability for Wall Street, to grow jobs and to turn our economy around.I hope you will consider joining the thousands of people across Massachusetts who are part of our campaign – making phone calls, telling their friends and neighbors, and spreading the word that if we work together, we can and will bring a different kind of leadership to Washington. I would be honored to have you join us. This is an important and historic election, and if you vote and get involved, you can be part of moving this Commonwealth and this country into a brighter future.

December 7, 2009 6:14 PM  

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