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The Deplorable Dozen: Vote for The Worst Governor

Who is the worst GOP governor when it comes to decimating and legislatively attacking the LGBTQ community? Take our poll.

Top Row, L-R: Abbott, DeSantis, Gianforte, Hutchinson, Ivey, Justice
Bottom Row, L-R: Lee, Little, Noem, Reeves, Reynolds, Stitt

We all know that there are several GOP governors who are terrible and persistent threats to the LGBTQ community — like an administrative form of herpes: annoying, often painful, and curable not by gel or pill, but by voting them the hell out of office.

These governors have wreaked havoc on our rights, chipping away at our wins, often in the name of protecting children or freedom of religious choice. Convenient, eh? Everything from banning LGBTQ books to barring trans participation in sports to requiring their constituencies to “don’t say gay.”

We’ve decided to delve into which governor, exactly, is the worst of them all when it comes to decimating and legislatively attacking the LGBTQ community.

While working on the forthcoming piece, it occurred to us, it would be beneficial to get reader perspective.

So we culled a list of 12 whom we feel are among the very worst, and are asking you to weigh in with a quick assessment.

It should only take a minute or so. Ultimately, we’ll be including the poll results in our report.

Your responses are kept anonymous.

However, if you’re not yet subscribing to Metro Weekly‘s free weekly magazine and daily newsletter, you’ll have the chance to do so at the bottom of the poll. Rest assured, your personal information is in no way connected with your answers.

If you prefer not to sign up for a free subscription, simply hit submit when you are done with the poll.

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