Former City Council member James Mitchell was endorsed for one of four at-large seats in the Sept. 15 primary. Equality NC, MeckPAC and the Human Rights Campaign said they would be spending time and money to elect LGBT-friendly candidates in this fall’s elections.
Former City Council member James Mitchell was endorsed for one of four at-large seats in the Sept. 15 primary. Equality NC, MeckPAC and the Human Rights Campaign said they would be spending time and money to elect LGBT-friendly candidates in this fall’s elections. Steve Harrison/sharrison@charlotteobserver.com
Former City Council member James Mitchell was endorsed for one of four at-large seats in the Sept. 15 primary. Equality NC, MeckPAC and the Human Rights Campaign said they would be spending time and money to elect LGBT-friendly candidates in this fall’s elections. Steve Harrison/sharrison@charlotteobserver.com

Groups announce LGBT push for city elections

August 26, 2015 12:02 PM