Me, trying to keep up with the news cycle:
This is Emerson. He’s just trying to transport his large leaf. Not sure why obstacles were put in his way. 14/10 we believe in you buddy pic.twitter.com/yXYKGajJEF
— WeRateDogs™ (@dog_rates) April 22, 2019
Tampa just elected @JaneCastor with 73+ percent of the vote. She was outspent by about $3 MILLION by a billionaire who voted for @realDonaldTrump. She's a former beat cop, police chief, & now the first LGBTQ+ Mayor of a major city in the Southeast.
This is a big, big deal. pic.twitter.com/lT3WwDVD6I
— Kevin Cate (@KevinCate) April 24, 2019
This… seems like excellent news? Per CNN:
Former Police Chief Jane Castor became the first LGBTQ person elected mayor of Tampa, Florida, on Tuesday, easily winning a runoff…
Castor won more than 70% of the vote, according to the unofficial results posted on the supervisor of elections’ website.
The Florida Democratic Party posted on Twitter: “[email protected]’s historic victory is a clear win for Tampa and cements her status as a rising star in the Democratic Party. Her big victory is just the latest sign that Tampa has become a vibrant, welcoming city where everyone has a shot to succeed — no matter who you love.”
Castor served 31 years at the Tampa Police Department, first as a beat cop and then six years as police chief, according to her campaign website.
The former police chief was backed by the Human Rights Campaign and the Equality Florida Action PAC…
There are exactly four numbers you really need to know from this New Hampshire poll. Here they are:
1. 9% of D primary voters have decided whom they'll vote for
2. 14% are leaning toward someone
3. 77% have no damn clue.
— Ariel Edwards-Levy (@aedwardslevy) April 22, 2019
Asked a voter in New Hampshire which of the Democratic candidates most appeals to him so far.
“I would vote for a goat if it would get rid of the President. With enthusiasm.”
— Chelsea Janes (@chelsea_janes) April 22, 2019
.@RunForSomething has endorsed 38 incredible new candidates, including a Navy Reserveman running to improve health services for veterans and a community organizer who wants to give back to the town that took his family in as refugees. Meet them all here: https://t.co/Bpth5AEC5H
— Hillary Clinton (@HillaryClinton) April 22, 2019