Zanelli Lehigh County Campaign Boosted By Victory Fund, East Penn Democratic Club President 

June 28, Bethlehem, Pa. – Amy Zanelli’s decisive win in the Democratic primary race for Lehigh County Commissioner District 3 was just the beginning of a campaign that will amplify her voice and advocacy across the Lehigh Valley, the state and the country.   

Her grassroots campaigning has energized local organizations, and now has also gained the endorsement of the Washington, D.C-based Victory Fund. Since 1991, Victory Fund has helped elect thousands of LGBTQ people to positions at all levels of government. 

“This being National Pride Month it couldn’t be a more meaningful time for an endorsement from the Victory Fund,” Zanelli said. “I’m a champion of LGBTQ equality, and the support of the LGBTQ community has helped grow my campaign and this grassroots movement for change,” she added. 

“Victory Fund is thrilled to endorse Amy Zanelli for Lehigh County Commissioner District 3,” said Victory Fund President & CEO Aisha C. Moodie-Mills. “Zanelli’s commitment to smart public policy that addresses the real concerns of constituents makes her the best candidate for District 3 Commissioner. When she wins in November, Zanelli will become a vital LGBTQ voice in Pennsylvania.”   Zanelli will be the first openly LGBTQ member of the Lehigh County Board of Commissioners.  

Zanelli has also received the endorsement of Naiomi Winch, the President of the East Penn Democratic Club, and Lehigh County Democratic Club 2017 Volunteer of the year.  “Amy has my personal endorsement for the 2017 general election.  Amy’s positions on issues align with my own. She will be a fighting voice for all of the people in Lehigh County,” Winch said. 

Zanelli’s campaign has already received the support and endorsement from the Women’ March on Washington-Pennsylvania and Lehigh Valley for All.

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