Momentum for Lindsey Horvath’s Campaign Grows as Stonewall Young Democrats Announce Their Support

The youth-based organization joins the Stonewall Democratic Club
in endorsing Horvath for LA County Supervisor

LOS ANGELES, CA – The Honorable Lindsey P. Horvath nabbed another important endorsement this week, as the Stonewall Young Democrats announced their support for her candidacy. Horvath previously earned the overwhelming support of the Stonewall Democratic Club, the first “Stonewall Democratic Club” in the nation.

“The Stonewall Young Democrats are thrilled to endorse Lindsey Horvath for 3rd District Los Angeles County Supervisor. As LGBTQIA+ communities across the country continue to face discrimination and attacks on our rights, we need strong progressive allies now more than ever. Lindsey has been a staunch advocate for the LGBTQ+ community throughout her career, and has a long track record of taking action to stand up for our community. We look forward to working with her to advance the rights of marginalized people throughout LA County,” said Kanin Pruter, President of Stonewall Young Democrats.

Formed in 2004, Stonewall Young Democrats is a community of dedicated youth who are passionate about political and societal issues. The organization seeks to provide young LGBTQ+ Democrats a platform for political participation and mobilization. With an emphasis on uplifting BIPOC leaders, Stonewall Young Democrats works to empower public servants who will fight for progressive values.

“I am thrilled to receive this endorsement from Stonewall Young Democrats. This is especially meaningful to me, because LGBTQ+ youth are particularly underserved in our County. An estimated 6,000+ young people live on the streets of Los Angeles on any given day, and over 40% of these unhoused young people identify as LGBTQ+. Now more than ever, people are counting on the County to provide supportive services and deliver what they need. I have a record of bringing people together to deliver results, and I’m ready to get to work,” said Councilmember Lindsey P. Horvath.