Sarah McBride

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Sarah McBride (i hānauʻia ma ka lā 9 oʻAukake i ka makahiki 1990) he mea hana lima o ka LGBTʻAmelika a me ka manaʻo politika. I kēia manawa,ʻo iaʻo ka Luna Nui o ka Press Press.[1][2] Ua hanaʻo McBride i nā poʻokela o ke aupuni i kona wā i hele mai ai i kona kulanui i ka wā e lilo anaʻo ia ma ke kūlana pelekikena haumāna ma American University.[3]

Ua kapaʻiaʻo McBride i ka hoʻoholoʻana o ke kānāwai ma Delaware e pale ana i ka hoʻowahāwahā ma muli o keʻano o ka wahine ma ka hana, ka hale, ka mea hoʻolimalima, a me nā hale o ka lehulehu.[4][5] I ka mahinaʻo Iulai 2016, ua'ōleloʻo ia ma ka Hui Kuʻokua o ka Democratic Democratic, aʻo ia ka mea mua i hōʻike mua i kahi hālāwai nui ma ka moʻoleloʻAmelika.[6][7][8][9]

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