Biden campaign launches Pride Month push as allies work to shore up LGBTQ support

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06/03/2024

President Joe Biden’s re-election campaign is launching an effort at the start of National Pride Month to try to shore up support from LGBTQ voters. The campaign plans to have a presence this month at more than 200 Pride events in 23 states, including all of the battleground states, and to launch a paid media blitz aimed at mobilizing LGBTQ voters, two campaign officials said in details first shared with NBC News. The campaign will cap the month of outreach with a fundraiser in New York City on June 28. Some of Biden’s allies worry about waning support among LGBTQ voters.

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