As Republicans continue to threaten LGBTQ rights, a group of politicians and strategists have launched a new super PAC focused on keeping right-wing candidates out of office. Rather than electing pro-LGBTQ candidates, Agenda PAC is devoted to campaigning against politicians who threaten the LGBTQ community. The group was founded by political communications strategist Ted Bordelon, who also serves as executive director. Prominent Pennsylvania LGBTQ politician, state House Rep. Malcolm Kenyatta (D), is board chair. Kenyatta has long been considered a rising star in the Democratic party and in 2018 became the first LGBTQ person of color to be elected to the Pennsylvania General Assembly at the age of 28.