Please complete every question. You will not be able to save your work as you go, so we recommend drafting responses in a separate document until you are ready to submit. All questions can be found at: https://docs.google.com/document/d/1kaOtMwb0Dz7qPCRGo2ImZeLhMa5qn4YLkpmxZ0WxnB4/edit?usp=sharing
Note that while some questions asked are not LGBTQ-specific, they are asked because those issues disproportionately affect LGBTQ people. For state offices that don't make policy or introduce legislation, "sponsor" means supportive of an idea or policy.
The Stonewall DFL community caucus has a set of guidelines to be met by any candidate or campaign seeking the Stonewall DFL endorsement:
-Candidates will respect and adhere to any rules or guidelines set forth by the Political Support Committee, Board, or Membership when presenting, participating in Q&A’s, attending forums, interviewing, etc. -All candidates must embrace the spirit of the DFL Affirmative Action, Outreach, and Inclusion Statement.-Results of any non-binding votes by Membership, the Board, or the Political Support Committee can only be published if the candidate or campaign includes this disclaimer: “These results are non-binding and are not an endorsement.” Campaigns should contact the Stonewall DFL chair for approval of published statements on non-binding results.-The Board has the right to dispute statements released after an official endorsement, in consultation with the Political Support Committee, if the release does not meet expectations or intentions of the caucus and its members.-Campaign managers should not vote on endorsements. All members must declare all conflicts of interest in the Political Support Committee or the Board.
If you have problems submitting your questionnaire, please contact Stonewall DFL Political Director Samuel Doten at firstname.lastname@example.org.