LGBTQ community could decide Florida governor’s race, GLAAD poll says

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AMP, Fla. (WFLA) — If you ask advocates for the state’s LGBTQ community, Florida has an education and legislation problem. A recent poll by GLAAD, formally and formerly known as Gay & Lesbian Alliance Against Defamation, said the LGBTQ community in Florida could be key to deciding November’s governor’s race.

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ccording to GLAAD’s poll, more than half of the state’s LGBTQ community, and allies, are concerned about Florida lawmakers “stripping away” civil rights through new legislation, such as 2022’s House Bill 1557, Parental Rights in Education, or the “Don’t Say Gay” bill that made national headlines for months.

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