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Joe Biden on Transgender: (Civil Rights Oct 15, 2020)
Son Beau got transgendered bill passed in Delaware

There should be zero discrimination. What's happening is too many transgender women of color are being murdered. They're being murdered. My son Beau, who passed away, was the attorney general of the state of Delaware. He was the guy who got the first transgender law passed in the state of Delaware. And because of a young man who became a woman, who worked for him in the attorney general's office.
Click for Joe Biden on other issues.   Source: Second 2020 Presidential Debate/ABC Town Hall Philadelphia

Donald Trump on Transgender: (Civil Rights Jun 15, 2020)
Job discrimination rules don't apply to transgender status

The Supreme Court ruled that existing federal law forbids job discrimination on the basis of sexual orientation or transgender status, a major victory for advocates of gay rights and for the nascent transgender rights movement.

By a vote of 6-3, the court said Title VII of the Civil Rights Act of 1964, which makes it illegal for employers to discriminate because of a person's sex, among other factors, also covers sexual orientation and transgender status.

The Trump administration had urged the court to rule that Title VII does not cover cases like these, in a reversal from the position the government took during the Obama administration. "The ordinary meaning of 'sex' is biologically male or female; it does not include sexual orientation," the Justice Department said. "An employer who discriminates against employees in same-sex relationships thus does not violate Title VII as long as it treats men in same-sex relationships the same as women in same-sex relationships."

Click for Donald Trump on other issues.   Source: NBC News on BOSTOCK v. CLAYTON COUNTY, GEORGIA

Joe Biden on Transgender: (Civil Rights Jun 15, 2020)
No job discrimination for transgender status

The Supreme Court ruled that existing federal law forbids job discrimination on the basis of sexual orientation or transgender status, a major victory for advocates of gay rights and for the nascent transgender rights movement.

By a vote of 6-3, the court said Title VII of the Civil Rights Act of 1964, which makes it illegal for employers to discriminate because of a person's sex, among other factors, also covers sexual orientation and transgender status.

Joe Biden called the ruling "a momentous step forward for our country" in a statement, adding that the court had "confirmed the simple but profoundly American idea that every human being should be treated with respect and dignity, that everyone should be able to live openly, proudly, as their true selves without fear."

The Trump administration had urged the court to rule that Title VII does not cover cases like these, in a reversal from the position the government took during the Obama administration.

Click for Joe Biden on other issues.   Source: NBC News on BOSTOCK v. CLAYTON COUNTY, GEORGIA

Mike Bloomberg on Transgender: (Homeland Security Jan 20, 2020)
Reverse ban on transgender people serving in the military

Mike will reverse President Trump's ban on transgender people serving in the military and grant an honorable discharge to servicemembers who were forced out under the Don't Ask Don't Tell policy.
Click for Mike Bloomberg on other issues.   Source: 2020 Presidential campaign website MikeBloomberg.com

Elizabeth Warren on Transgender: (Civil Rights Dec 19, 2019)
Trans-gender community has been marginalized

Q: At least 22 transgender people were killed in the United States this year. Each of you have said you would push for the passage of the Equality Act, a comprehensive LGBTQ Civil Rights Bill. But if elected, what more would you do to stop violence against transgender people?

Warren: The transgender community has been marginalized in every way possible. And one thing that the president of the United States can do is lift up attention, lift up their voices, lift up their lives. Here's a promise I made: I will go to the Rose Garden once every year to read the names of transgender women of people of color who have been killed in the past year. I will make sure that we read their names so that as a nation we are forced to address the particular vulnerability. I will change the rules now that put people in prison based on their birth sex identification rather than their current identification. I will do everything I can to make sure that we are in America that leaves no one behind.

Click for Elizabeth Warren on other issues.   Source: Newshour/Politico/PBS December Democratic primary debate

Kamala Harris on Transgender: (Civil Rights Oct 10, 2019)
Protect those who are more vulnerable to hate

Q: How will you ensure that all transgender citizens are protected and treated equally?

HARRIS: I will put resources into ensuring that all people are safe, with a particular understanding of some of the most vulnerable communities. We know certain populations are more vulnerable to hate based on other people's prejudice and racism and hateful thoughts. And we as a society must acknowledge the truth of that and then make sure that we create safe communities in which they can exist.

Click for Kamala Harris on other issues.   Source: CNN LGBT Town Hall 2020

Joe Biden on Transgender: (Civil Rights Oct 10, 2019)
Yes to transgender in military and right to do as others do

Q: I served over ten years in the military, and after that, I was forced to make a difficult decisions and that was to choose between serving my country and my identity as a transgender woman. What will you do to support the estimated 15,000 troops putting their lives on the line?

BIDEN: If I were president, you would not have to choose. The fact of the matter is transgender men and women should be able to do anything anybody else can do. There should be no difference.

Click for Joe Biden on other issues.   Source: CNN LGBT Town Hall 2020

Tom Steyer on Transgender: (Crime Oct 10, 2019)
Transgendered hate crimes: unequivocally prosecute severely

Q: I started an advocacy organization for black transgender men like myself. Nineteen black transgender women were killed in the U.S. this year, largely due to a lack of protections and an extreme lack of prosecutions. What will you do to ensure that the judicial system prioritizes penalizing crimes against transgender citizens as hate crimes?

STEYER: There are citizens in our society who are being targeted for murder as a result of who they are. This is a straightforward attack on humanity itself to kill somebody for who they are. That has got to be the definition of a hate crime. We have got to prosecute those as severely as possible, as a symbol of who we are, a symbol of the thing that we won't put up with. And every prosecutor has got to know that, that this is something that goes to the heart of American equality and justice. And that's got to be straightforward, unequivocal, not a 99 percent rule, a 100 percent rule.

Click for Tom Steyer on other issues.   Source: CNN LGBT Town Hall 2020

Bill Weld on Transgender: (Civil Rights Sep 24, 2019)
Created Governor's Commission on Gay and Lesbian Youth

Click for Bill Weld on other issues.   Source: Business Insider background for 2019 GOP presidential debate

Joe Walsh on Transgender: (Civil Rights Sep 24, 2019)
LGBTQ activists are "constitutional terrorists"

Click for Joe Walsh on other issues.   Source: Business Insider background for 2019 GOP presidential debate

Joe Walsh on Transgender: (Homeland Security Sep 24, 2019)
Supports military service for gays and transgendered

[On LGBT rights]: I use the power of my public profile to go at the issue and talk about the issue and try to find common ground on the issue. I'm a big supporter of anybody--gay, lesbian, straight, or transgender--serving in the military. This is one of those issues though where when you've got strong minded people on one side or another side pushing it too hard for the American people, instead of trying to find an area of compromise--for instance, being able to use whatever washroom facilities or shower facilities according to the sex that you identify as. Fine. People in America should have that freedom to be able to do that. But we've got to think about the people sitting in high school situations--students, 17 and 18 year olds--who may be uncomfortable with that. So it's finding the common ground.
Click for Joe Walsh on other issues.   Source: Business Insider 2019 GOP presidential primary debate

Joe Sestak on Transgender: (Civil Rights Jul 16, 2019)
Military should welcome transgendered "with open arms"

Sestak's campaign website says that if any transgender Americans "are called to join and serve in the military, we should welcome them with open arms--and a customary salute--not a cold shoulder."
Click for Joe Sestak on other issues.   Source: PBS News Hour on 2020 Democratic primary

Justin Amash on Transgender: (Civil Rights Jun 18, 2019)
Allow transgender people in the military

The House delivered a stinging rebuke to President Trump's transgender military ban, adopting an amendment that would bar the use of U.S. funds to pay for the policy. The vote on the amendment, introduced by Reps. Anthony Brown (D-MD) and Jackie Speier (D-CA), was 243-183 and largely along party lines. The amendment passed with bipartisan support. Nine Republicans--including Rep. Justin Amash--voted "yes" on the measure.

[Voting yes would overturn the Trump Administration's ban on military service by people with gender dysphoria; voting no would maintain the ban on transgendered military service.]

Before April, transgender people could enlist and serve openly in the military thanks to a policy change during the Obama administration. But under the new Trump administration policy, a diagnosis of gender dysphoria disqualifies potential enlistees, and a diagnosis of gender dysphoria--with the exception of transgender people already serving in the armed forces--is cause for discharge.

Click for Justin Amash on other issues.   Source: Washington Blade on 2018 Congressional MI-3 election

Kamala Harris on Transgender: (Civil Rights Apr 22, 2019)
Ally of LGBTQ community; must end discrimination

I have been an ally of the LGBTQ community. We must have a country that agrees that no group should be treated without equality under the law. On day one would pass the Equality Act to make sure that we give LGBTQ people equal rights under the law. On the issue of transgender rights, we have a president who wants to kick them out of the military because they are transgender. It is absolutely unconscionable. And that is something I would reverse immediately when I am elected president.
Click for Kamala Harris on other issues.   Source: CNN Town Hall 2020: 5 candidates back-to-back

Mike Gravel on Transgender: (Civil Rights Apr 9, 2019)
Include sexual orientation & gender identity as civil rights

America has a woeful legacy surrounding its treatment of LGBTQIA+ people. And yet they have shown remarkable perseverance, fighting back relentlessly. It is time for full equality for all of America's LGBTQIA+ people, with a special focus on transgender rights.

The United States should amend the Civil Rights Act of 1964 to prohibit discrimination due to sexual orientation and/or gender identity in employment, housing, public accommodations, public education, federal funding, and credit.

Click for Mike Gravel on other issues.   Source: 2020 Presidential campaign website MikeGravel.com

Mike Gravel on Transgender: (Crime Apr 9, 2019)
Decriminalize all commercial sex work

Despite cultural changes, the U.S. government has maintained a puritanical approach to commercial sex work. Many Americans have come to see this work without the blinkered moralistic view of yesteryear; and they have come to recognize commercial sex workers as one of society's most vulnerable communities. Women of color, of migrant backgrounds, and transgender women often rely on sex work for money. It is time to take a more rational approach.
Click for Mike Gravel on other issues.   Source: 2020 Presidential campaign website MikeGravel.com

Marianne Williamson on Transgender: (Civil Rights Apr 8, 2019)
Expand LGBTQ rights to end discrimination

Our Declaration of Independence holds that the inalienable rights of, "Life, Liberty and the pursuit of Happiness," are endowed to ALL humans by their creator at birth. In 2015, marriage equality became the law of the land, yet there is still no federal law explicitly protecting the lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender, and queer (LGBTQ) communities from discrimination. These communities, therefore, do not enjoy the full breadth of freedoms that this country espouses to guarantee to each and every citizen.

This is not only unacceptable; this is in direct violation of our founding principles.

Generation after generation, people have fought to rid our country of the "except for's." "Except for blacks," "except for women," and so forth. Today, we are challenged by the ongoing prejudice that seeks to repudiate the fundamental American dedication to freedom and equality for all. "Except for them" is a stain on our national character.

Click for Marianne Williamson on other issues.   Source: 2020 presidential campaign website Marianne2020.com

Bill De Blasio on Transgender: (Civil Rights Mar 26, 2019)
Added third gender to NYC birth certificates

Mayor Bill De Blasio has one of the most progressive views on LGBTQ rights of any other presidential candidate. In 2018, for example, he signed legislation that added a third gender to New York City birth certificates. Under the new law, transgender and gender non-binary people are able to change their birth certificates more easily if born in the city.

In 2017, he issued the first LGBTQ Health Care Bill of Rights, which ensured accessible health care for all LGBTQ people in New York. In 2016, the mayor issued an executive order that allowed transgender people to use the bathrooms and locker rooms that they best identify with.

Mayor De Blasio has also boycotted the St. Patrick's Day parade in New York for years since it always excluded LGBTQ groups. Instead, he marched in the St. Pat's for All parade. He even boycotted Chick-Fil-A because of the company's homophobic philosophies.

Click for Bill De Blasio on other issues.   Source: Frank Olito, Insider.com, on 2019 Democratic primary

Beto O`Rourke on Transgender: (Homeland Security Mar 14, 2019)
Military should welcome transgender recruits

Click for Beto O`Rourke on other issues.   Source: PBS News hour on 2020 Presidential hopefuls

Bernie Sanders on Transgender: (Civil Rights Feb 19, 2019)
1983: Approved "Gay Rights Day" in Burlington Vermont

On LGBTQ rights, Sanders has touted his early moves in support of the gay rights movement. In 1983, as mayor of Burlington, he approved a resolution declaring "Gay Rights Day;" in 1993, he opposed the military's "Don't Ask, Don't Tell" policy; and in 2000 he supported gay civil unions in Vermont. He opposes President Donald Trump's push to ban transgender people from the military, and laws that would block transgender people from using the bathrooms of their choice.
Click for Bernie Sanders on other issues.   Source: PBS News hour on 2020 Presidential hopefuls

Donald Trump on Transgender: (Homeland Security Feb 19, 2019)
Ban on transgender people serving openly in the US military

Trump, after being elected, also said he was "fine" with same-sex marriage. But since he took office, his administration has scaled back some workplace protections for gay people and has argued in court that a federal anti-discrimination law doesn't protect gay employees. He has also announced a ban on transgender people serving openly in the U.S. military, which the Supreme Court last month said could be implemented even as lower-court challenges play out.
Click for Donald Trump on other issues.   Source: Josh Lederman, NBC News, on 2019 Trump administration

Kirsten Gillibrand on Transgender: (Civil Rights Feb 5, 2019)
State of the Union: protest transgender military service ban

The most important political issues of the past year will be on display, not only in what President Trump says in his State of the Union address, but in who will be in the audience. Lawmakers, along with the president and first lady, pick guests every year to highlight or protest the policies of an administration.

Sen. Kirsten Gillibrand and Rep. Chris Pappas are bringing guests to protest the transgender military service ban. Gillibrand is bringing Lt. Commander Blake Dremann, the first openly transgender service member to be promoted, and Pappas is bringing Tavion Dignard, a transgender man and retired Navy veteran. "Denying transgender Americans their right to serve this country is a disgrace," Pappas said, "They deserve equal treatment by their government and the law."

Click for Kirsten Gillibrand on other issues.   Source: KUOW 94.9 FM (NPR) on 2019 State of the Union

Pete Buttigieg on Transgender: (Health Care Feb 5, 2019)
Gender reassignment surgery is part of health care

Q: Should transgender people in prison have access to gender reassignment surgery?

BUTTIGIEG: Yeah. I believe that's part of health care. We provide health care to people who are incarcerated. The bigger issue is that too many people are incarcerated. We need to treat everybody the same, if you regard this as part of health care. People try to turn others against this around the issue of cost, but the spectacular costs of incarceration have very little to do with things like gender reassignment.

Click for Pete Buttigieg on other issues.   Source: Washington Blade on 2020 Democratic primary

Cory Booker on Transgender: (Homeland Security Feb 1, 2019)
Transgender troops should be allowed to serve

Click for Cory Booker on other issues.   Source: PBS News hour on 2020 Presidential hopefuls

Kamala Harris on Transgender: (Civil Rights Jan 21, 2019)
Let transgender people access the bathroom of their choice

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Kirsten Gillibrand on Transgender: (Civil Rights Jan 16, 2019)
End the military's "don't ask, don't tell" policy

Click for Kirsten Gillibrand on other issues.   Source: PBS News hour on 2020 Presidential hopefuls

Tulsi Gabbard on Transgender: (Homeland Security Jan 14, 2019)
Allow transgender Americans in the military

Click for Tulsi Gabbard on other issues.   Source: PBS News hour on 2020 Presidential hopefuls

John Kasich on Transgender: (Civil Rights Dec 3, 2018)
Strongly opposed "bathroom bills" against transgender people

Kasich has railed against right-wing efforts to bar transgender people from using the public bathrooms of their choice--when North Carolina enacted its '16 law, Kasich said, "What the hell are we doing in this country?"
Click for John Kasich on other issues.   Source: The Atlantic, "Place in GOP," on 2020 presidential hopefuls

Julian Castro on Transgender: (Civil Rights Oct 16, 2018)
Chicano; Jewish; gay: common thread is marginalization

Growing up, Joaquin and I were essentially immersed in Chicana activism. At Stanford, I thought about how relatively unknown, even invisible, the Chicano community was to the vast majority of Americans. I wasn't keenly aware of the discrimination others experienced. There were few Jewish, Native American, gay, or transgender people in my childhood circle.

I would not be surprised if other students heavily submerged in other ethnic cultures encountered the same sense of marginalization. [For a Stanford course, I read] "Imagining the Holocaust": the horrific account of what happened to Jews during World War II. At Stanford I was forced to pull back from my tight community and understand how a common thread ran through so many other cultures around the world where people had to fight for their rights. When one of these groups achieved a victory against discrimination, I felt like "we" had won.

Click for Julian Castro on other issues.   Source: An Unlikely Journey, by Julian Castro, p.111-3

Mike Pence on Transgender: (Civil Rights Sep 19, 2016)
RFRA Fix: ensure that religious freedom doesn't discriminate

Pence made national headlines in early 2015 when he signed into law the "Religious Freedom Restoration Act," which limited the legal actions that could be taken against an individual or business for asserting their religious beliefs.

The law sparked widespread outrage. Opponents contended that it would give license to religious conservatives to refuse service to lesbian, gay, bisexual, and transgender individuals. In response, several major events and corporations--including Salesforce.com and the NCAA--threatened to limit business ventures in the state or boycott it altogether.

Pence adamantly defended the RFRA legislation and refused to say whether it allowed for discrimination, which led to extensive questioning of his underlying motives. So much so that he quietly signed a subsequent piece of legislation--dubbed the "RFRA Fix"--that clarified that the law did not allow businesses to discriminate based on a customer's sexual orientation or gender identity.

Click for Mike Pence on other issues.   Source: Rollcall.com on 2016 vice-presidential hopefuls

Mike Pence on Transgender: (Civil Rights Sep 24, 2015)
Religious Freedom Act is not about LGBT discrimination

The most hot-button issue of all during the 2015 General Assembly, the Religious Freedom Restoration Act, was signed in March. Proponents of the bill said it was designed to keep local and state laws from "substantially burdening" the deeply-held religious principles of individuals, businesses or religious institutions. Those against the bill felt it opened a Pandora's box for discrimination against minorities, especially the LGBT (Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, Transgendered) community.

"This bill is not about discrimination, and if I thought it legalized discrimination in any way in Indiana, I would have vetoed it," Pence said at the time. "In fact, it does not even apply to disputes between private parties unless government action is involved. For more than 20 years, the federal Religious Freedom Restoration Act has never undermined our nation's anti-discrimination laws, and it will not in Indiana."

Click for Mike Pence on other issues.   Source: Kokomo Tribune on Indiana Voting Records for bill SB101

Elizabeth Warren on Transgender: (Civil Rights Apr 22, 2014)
Build future for ALL our kids, including transgendered

[At one campaign event, I talked about] building a future for all our kids. A man in his 60s came over to me. He was thin, with the leathery skin of someone who had worked outside for many years. He wore a frayed Vietnam vet's cap. He didn't smile, and his voice was flat. I looked for clues--maybe a little hostile? I wasn't sure. "Yeah, you talk about building a future," he said. "But what about transgender?" Now he looked full-on angry.

Wow. That seemed to fall out of the sky. I felt the instinctive need to crouch. I said just as flatly: "We build a future for all our children. And that means transgender children. ALL our children--no exceptions."

He held my gaze for a moment and then said: "Damn right." He went on to explain that he had a grown son who was transgender. "In a million years you'll never know the special kind of hell he has gone though. I want somebody who fights and doesn't back off."

I relaxed. A future for all our kids, every one. THIS was a fight I was ready for.

Click for Elizabeth Warren on other issues.   Source: A Fighting Chance, by Elizabeth Warren, p.229

Bill de Blasio on Transgender: (Civil Rights Oct 22, 2013)
Co-sponsored the Gender Based Discrimination Protection law

Ending Discrimination and Recognizing All Relationships: While on the City Council, Bill de Blasio co-sponsored the Gender Based Discrimination Protection law--one of the first laws in the nation to prevent discrimination against transgender New Yorkers.

He also co-sponsored the Domestic Partnership Recognition law, an important precursor to full marriage equality that required New York City to recognize same-sex marriages from other states

Click for Bill de Blasio on other issues.   Source: 2013 Mayoral campaign website, www.billdeblasio.com

Justin Amash on Transgender: (Civil Rights Mar 29, 2013)
Repeal DOMA: Government shouldn't be involved in marriage

Amash said that he supports repealing the Defense of Marriage Act, though he wouldn't commit to cosponsor legislation to do that. In an unexpected Twitter exchange with The Huffington Post, Amash, one of the more savvy members of Congress when it comes to social media, began with a tweet stating that the "real threat" to traditional marriage isn't lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender couples, but government itself.

This sparked a series of tweets with HuffPost about where he stands on repealing DOMA. Amash emphasized that his support for repealing DOMA is tied to his belief that government shouldn't be involved in anyone's marriage. Amash's spokesman explained the congressman's libertarian-leaning position on the matter earlier this week: "In his ideal world, the governments--at all levels all together--would get out of marriage. But as a federal legislator, he's in charge of shaping federal law and so he's willing to oppose the federal government's definition of marriage in DOMA."

Click for Justin Amash on other issues.   Source: Huffington Post, "Amash backs DOMA repeal on Twitter"

Eric Swalwell on Transgender: (Civil Rights Nov 6, 2012)
Full LGBT equality, including freedom to marry

I support full equality for lesbian, gay, bisexual, and transgender (LGBT) individuals. This includes the freedom to marry and the freedom to openly serve in the US military. I also support the repeal of the California's Proposition 8 and the federal Defense of Marriage Act.
Click for Eric Swalwell on other issues.   Source: 2012 House campaign website, swalwellforcongress.com

Gloria La Riva on Transgender: (Civil Rights Jan 16, 2008)
Equal marriage rights for all LGBT

A mass struggle by lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender people is currently raging over same-sex marriage and the entitlement of same-sex couples to equal rights and benefits. The La Riva/Puryear presidential campaign demands full equality for LGBT people. All forms of discrimination and bigotry must end, including the repeal of all discriminatory laws. The reactionary Defense of Marriage Act must be overturned. We are for equal marriage rights for everyone.
Click for Gloria La Riva on other issues.   Source: Party campaign website, www.pslweb.org

Mike Gravel on Transgender: (Civil Rights Aug 9, 2007)
Marriage preceded religion; itís not a religious term

Stop and think. What is marriage? I resent religion saying that itís a religious term. Itís not. Marriage preceded all forms of religion in civilization. Marriage is a commitment between two human beings in love. And understand me; Iím saying two human beings. They can be heterosexual. They can be two lesbians. They can be transgender. They can be two gays. What it is, itís a commitment of human beings in love. And if thereís anything we need in this world, itís more love.
Click for Mike Gravel on other issues.   Source: 2007 HRC/LOGO debate on gay issues

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