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This is how you can march with Elizabeth Warren at Pride in matching rainbow feather boas

Lily Wakefield October 1, 2019
Elizabeth Warren in rainbow feather boa

Senator Elizabeth Warren in her feather boa at Boston Pride Parade in 2018. (John Tlumacki/The Boston Globe via Getty)

Elizabeth Warren will be marching in the Las Vegas Pride parade this month, and you could be marching with her in matching rainbow feather boas.

The 21st annual Pride parade in downtown Las Vegas will take place on October 11, and Warren has confirmed her attendance.

Nevada for Warren is running a competition and the winner will be able to bring a guest with them to march with Warren in the parade.

They will also be provided with a rainbow feather boa to match the iconic one Warren wore to Boston Pride in 2018.

Elizabeth Warren boot DragCon 2019
Elizabeth Warren’s booth at DragCon 2019. (Xorje Olivares/ Twitter)

Warren retweeted the announcement and it now has more than 15,000 likes, so entrants will be facing stiff competition.

One Twitter user wrote: “I hope it’s me I hope it’s me I hope it’s me.

“I wanna March IN FULL DRAG next to Elizabeth Warren more than I’ve ever wanted almost anything ever before and I’m not kidding.

“This would be the best moment of my life.”

The 2020 presidential hopeful has been connecting with her LGBT+ supporters recently, and her famous rainbow feather boa was wrapped around a cardboard cutout of Warren at her campaign stall at RuPaul’s DragCon.

She has spoken out in favour of trans rights on a number of occasions during her campaign so far, and last month Warren read out the names of the 18 black trans women murdered so far this year in the US at the Presidential Candidate Forum on LGBTQ Issues.

Last week, she called a gay man who could only donate three dollars to her campaign to say thank you. 

When she phoned him, Zachary said he was “more than happy” to have donated, and added: “I don’t have much money. I’m 19, I work paycheck to paycheck, but I thought it was something to believe in.”

Warren responded: “I know. We’re gonna do this together.”

More: 2020 democratic nomination, 2020 presidential election, competition, Elizabeth Warren, Las Vegas, pride parade

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