I support Shenna Bellows for U.S. Senate.

Bellows has advocated for marriage equality during the past several years. “Equality” means no people left out and none with special privilege or protection.

Fifty years ago the Civil Rights Act of 1964 became law to ensure that all people are treated alike in the basic fulfillment of many ordinary requirements of social life.

It is time for Congress to protect GLBTs from undue hostile discriminations that are not used against heterosexuals.

Being heterosexual, and being righthanded, and having white skin, and having brown eyes are not choices that anyone has.

In Congress, Bellows will surely support civil rights for GLBT residents.

Roger E. Condit

Farmington


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