“The question is, who am I in the runoff with?”
Mayoral candidate Ed Oakley about what he predicts will happen in the municipal election May 12.
“None of this, “‘I voted with my heart stuff,’ unless we can rip your heart out and take it down to the polls and cast a vote with it.”
Patti Fink, chair of the Dallas Gay and Lesbian Alliance’s political action committee about he need for the LGBT community to vote.
“I’m not going to let anyone make a fool out of me like that.”
Political consultant P.D. Sterling about two lawsuits he filed in connection with two mayoral campaigns.
“It’s like every time I turn around, something I love, I can’t do it anymore.”
Heather Steinhoff, 30, on her battle with the debilitating disorder Lupus.
“It would have so easy for an adminisrator to point to a policy and say, “‘Excuse me, this is the policy on transgender people, and you can’t be harassing her.’”
Lawyer Jerry Simoneaux Jr. on why written policies on transgender students would be helpful in the Fort Worth Independent School District.
“I don’t think any of us could have at this point envisioned the steady growth and progress that we’ve seen over the past 10 years, and the incredible number of people whose lives have been changed for the better.”
The Rev. Jon Haack on the 10th anniversary of Promise Metropolitan Community Church
This article appeared in the Dallas Voice print edition, April 27, 2007.
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