LGBTQ+ Rights are on the ballot in the NH Primary Election on September 8th
From hosting the largest teen drag show in America to testifying for trans rights at the state house, Emmett has long been an advocate for the LGBTQ+ folks of NH.
Now, in this bid for Executive Council, Emmett pledges to advocate for and support our queer, gay, and trans community in all decision making.
Most recently, Emmett pledged to vote against the Bethany Christian Services adoption contract – a pro-life organization that denies same-sex couples the right to adopt.
Pledge to Vote for Emmett Soldati on September 8th to stand with the LGBTQ+ community. Click here to pledge and we’ll send you details about your polling location.
Let’s tell New Hampshire’s PRIDE Story
We’re building a coalition of LGBTQ+ voices across our state.
HOW GAY IS NEW HAMPSHIRE?
How we see our state, and our neighbors, goes a long way to building queer community. Record your vote with this quick survey:
LGBTQ+ Coaltion Endorsers:
Alison Murphy, LGBTQ+ Activist
Emmett LeBlanc, Trans Rights Activist
Rep. Sam Fox, Bow
Megan Arsenault, Concord
Kelso McNaught, Queer Bookseller
Emma Bovill, Repro Freedom Activist
Linds Jakows, Activist, Freedom NH
James Costigan, Trans Activist Rochester
Palana Belken, Rochester City Councilor
Crystal Paradis, Somersworth City Councilor
Jas LaFond, Social Justice Activist
Matt Mooshian, Rural Outright Founder
Emily Tressa (Fishbaugh), Trans Youth Activist
Kim Cummings, Somersworth
Carlos Cardona, Laconia Dems Chair
Raya Sunshine, Teen Drag Performer
Jesselyn Viam, Teen Drag Performer
Li Monade, Teen Drag Performer
Veronika T, Teen Drag Performer
Rita Fluxx, Drag Performer
Chloé LaCassé , Educator/Activist
Peter Starkey, Keene
Dakota Britton-Barrows, Dover
Mallory Hubbard, Dover
Aislinn Kalob, Dover
Steph Whitehouse, Dover
Susan Esthera, Founder, Outreach Events
Kenny Frasch, Business Owner