"He took my money, he took my vote, he took my support and then he turned around and switched parties right in the middle of the term," said former Kentucky AFL-CIO political director Ray Crider, who campaigned for Butler and his late father. "I know his father would not approve of what he's done."
"It's just a matter of fairness," said Ray Crider, a 28-year-old transgender man from Portland. "I just never felt that I was like anybody else. I see everybody else being taken care of without having to fight the system."