66th District: Suzanne Ness Receives LGBTQ+ Endorsement

Suzanne Ness

Ness thanks Equality Illinois for their endorsement in House race

Saturday afternoon, State Representative candidate Suzanne Ness (D, Crystal Lake) announced she received the endorsement from Equality Illinois in the 66th district election.

One wonders if this endorsement will be included in TV commercials Ness has began running last week, through a broadcast and cable TV ad buy.

Here is the meme Ness shared via Twitter:

Accompanying the meme were these remarks from Ness in Twitter, transcribed below:

“I am honored to be endorsed by Equality Illinois. I wholeheartedly believe that every person, regardless of their sexual orientation, gender identity, or gender expression should be treated with respect, dignity, and compassion. LGBTQ+ rights must be upheld in IL and beyond.

“Equality Illinois, thank you for all you do.”

Transcribed from Suzanne Ness tweet, 9/19/20
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There was no response, at this time, from State Representative Allen Skillicorn (R, Sleepy Hollow) either by email or Twitter.


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66th District: Suzanne Ness Receives LGBTQ+ Endorsement — 11 Comments

  1. Ness is another SJW Cultural Marxist DEMOCRAT party whore who would
    gladly sell out America for a thimble full of power.

  2. What the he’ll is a ‘gender expression?’

    Calling someone a sissy or a he-man or a tomboy or a priss?

  3. Now she is spending Madahkans $$ on ads that tear down Skillkorn omg does it ever end…

    talking about herself not working so lets go on the attack…

    yeah that makes you look good…

  4. When will see honesty on all endorsements for ALL Democrat candidates in the US in this November election. That would be each of them claiming that the vast, vast majority perhaps 99+ percent of thugs, looters, vandals, anarchists, arsonists firmly support the Democrat Party and Democrat candidates.

  5. Can anyone fill us in on the history of Lou Ness Suzanne Ness, the LBGTQ Turning Point women’s shelter?

    Is there a connection?

    Does it still exist?

  6. Mother, daughter.

    Turning Point still exists on Route 14 between hospital and cemetery.

  7. Can anyone fill us in on the history of Lou Ness Suzanne Ness, the LBGTQ Turning Point women’s shelter? Is there a connection? Does it still exist?

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