America’s first transgender county executive?

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When Tyler Titus was 16, he tried to end his own life after relentless bullying.

Now, he’s running to be America’s first-ever transgender county executive.

In 2017, Democrat Kathy Dahlkemper won Erie County Executive by just 307 votes. Tyler needs our help to make history and hold this toss-up open seat.

Donate today to Tyler’s historic campaign, and Turn PA Blue’s work electing him.

Tyler already made history as PA’s first transgender elected official as president of the Erie School Board.

As a mental health professional, he’ll fight for equitable access to healthcare, especially in underserved rural areas.

And as a small business owner that grew up in rural poverty, he’ll fight for economic justice.

While Republicans try to pass anti-transgender medical care laws, and ban trans youth from sports, we’re fighting back this Pride Month by supporting LGBTQ+ Democrats like Tyler.

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Turn PA Blue is committed to harnessing the power and energy of committed volunteers to help elect Democrats up and down the ballot in 2020. The grassroots energy enhanced by Turn PA Blue has the ability to drive turnout and energy upward to help Democrats running across the state at all levels. Our goal is also to integrate the inclusion of new voices into the Democratic Party on all levels, with particular emphasis on strengthening the local parties whose infrastructure is vital to the growth and efficacy of the Democratic Party will also serve to “build our bench” for future candidate recruitment.

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