Over 1000 LGBTQ Members Are Elected US Officials

Objectivity 1.1 | Credibility 4.2 | Relevance 4.8

After the 2021 elections, the United States will have elected more than 1,000 concurrently serving LGBTQ officials. Some of these officials ran unopposed, securing victories from school boards to state legislatures. As New Jersey became the 45th state to elect an LGBTQ legislature, Montana, a reliably Conservative state, voted in their first LGBTQ official. Could this historic LGBTQ victory come as a result of conservative inaction?