OMAHA, NE – The time for Greater Omaha LGBT Political Organizing is long overdue. So what do we do? Sit on our thumbs and hope for the best? NOPE! We are going to get together as one group, one voice and make our issues known. Our issues as members of the LGBT Community have been ignored for far too long. We, as a people, can do something about that. For example, have you ever looked at the make up of the current leadership of the Douglas County Democrats? Well, have a look right here on the Douglas County Democrats Leadership page. Notice how men, women and even those of racial minority backgrounds are represented? There are even positions specifically labeled Minority Representatives. Also, the bylaws dictate that if one Minority rep is male, the other must be female. If the Chairman is male, the Vice-Chair must be female. This is how they ensure both men and women are represented in the party. Here is the link to the Douglas County Democrats Bylaws to find out more. I am confident that if we, as Greater Omaha area’s LGBT Community, put our heads together, we can create some space for ourselves. A space that will allow us the power to ensure that Democratic Candidates in our Greater Omaha area will be people who are considerate supporters of our precious and delicate LGBT issues. But that can only happen if we participate in the political party that has long stood up for our issues on the National stage. Its up to us to make sure the Democratic Party in the Omaha area is up to that task right here. Its takes participation to create those seats to fill, it takes participation to be heard politically.