Hillary Clinton included yet another prominent patron to her crusade Tuesday, when she got the support of the Human Rights Campaign — the biggest LGBT rights association in the nation.

The gathering’s board, which votes on which possibility to underwrite, consistently voted to back Clinton’s battle.

“We’ve heard the main Republican presidential competitors more than once debilitate to obstruct our advancement, and to disavow, nullify, and upset the increases we’ve made amid President Obama’s two terms,” HRC President Chad Griffin said in an announcement reporting his gathering’s support. “While they battle to take us in reverse, Hillary Clinton is battling to progress LGBT uniformity over our country and all through the world. We are glad to support Hillary Clinton for president, and trust that she is the champion we can rely on in November — and consistently she involves the Oval Office.”

Clinton said she is glad to get the gathering’s support; HRC embraced Obama over Clinton in 2008.

“I’m glad to remain with the Human Rights Campaign in this battle,” Clinton said. “Together, we can and will make our nation—and our reality—all the more simply, reasonable, and measure up to for eras to come.”

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