Topics :: pro-gay politicians
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By David Perry | Friday Sep 28, 2012
The now-infamous "GOP 4" crossed party lines to help pass marriage equality legislation, but Sen. Roy McDonald has discovered that getting reelected is a challenge.
By Steffany Skelley Gilmer | Friday Aug 24, 2012
Democrat David Richardson made history when he became the first openly gay candidate elected to the Florida state legislature after winning the primary elections in Miami.
By Kilian Melloy | Wednesday Dec 8, 2010
A major donor to Belmont University is pressuring the Catholic school to re-hire a lesbian coach who was allegedly fired for revealing her sexual orientation. What’s more, the donor, Michael Curb, is a Republican politician, record company executive, and NASCAR owner.
By Mike Glover | Wednesday Sep 8, 2010
Despite two terms as governor of New Mexico and recent visits to 26 states, most Americans have never heard of Gary Johnson.
By Kilian Melloy | Tuesday Aug 24, 2010
Same-sex couple in the land of Lincoln could be looking at the prospect of seeing their families enjoy a measure of legal recognition, if the Illinois state legislature approves a bill to provide for civil unions.
By Michelle R. Smith | Thursday Jul 22, 2010
If not for the occasional supporter who asks to take a picture with him or stop for a chat, former U.S. Sen. Lincoln Chafee might go unnoticed as the independent candidate for governor of Rhode Island.
By Kilian Melloy | Thursday Apr 22, 2010
Massachusetts-based right-wing group MassResistance has taken aim at the Republican nominees for the upcoming gubernatorial race in that state, with text at the group’s site branding Charlie Baker and running mate Richard Tisei as "extreme" and "anti-family."
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