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Gay Political Group Backs Catania for DC Mayor

Tuesday Feb 25, 2014
The Gay & Lesbian Victory Fund has endorsed D.C. Councilmember David Catania for mayor - even though he’s not officially running yet.

Victory Fund Honors Gay Md. Lawmakers

By Michael K. Lavers | Monday Apr 16, 2012
The Victory Fund honored the eight gay and lesbian Maryland lawmakers who spearheaded the passage of their state’s marriage equality bill at their National Champagne Brunch in Washington, D.C., on Sunday.

Baldwin: Congress Must Pass ENDA, Repeal DOMA

By Michael K. Lavers | Sunday Apr 15, 2012
Wisconsin Congresswoman Tammy Baldwin, who announced her U.S. Senate campaign last September, said at the Victory Fund’s National Champagne Brunch in the nation’s capital on Sunday that Congress must pass an inclusive ENDA and repeal DOMA.

Gay R.I. Congressman Faces Tough Re-Election Campaign

By Joe Siegel | Monday Mar 26, 2012
A Brown University poll in February found that freshman Congressman David Cicilline (D-R.I.) has a dismal 15 percent approval rating. In spite of a tough re-election campaign, LGBT organizations and some of Cicilline’s constituents continue to back him.

Victory Fund Keeps their Eye on the Prize

By Angela Giampolo | Friday Dec 16, 2011
Founded in 1991, the Victory Fund continues to work tirelessly to ensure that LGBT Americans have a seat at the table in the halls of power on Capitol Hill and around the country.

International Gay and Lesbian Leadership Conference Draws Hundreds to Houston

By Eric Miller | Saturday Dec 10, 2011
Houston Mayor Annise Parker hosted the annual International Gay and Lesbian Leadership Conference last weekend that brought nearly 500 LGBT elected officials, candidates and former candidates to the Space City.

Houstonians Overlook Parker’s Sexual Orientation, Re-Elect Her to Second Term

By Eric Miller | Friday Nov 11, 2011
Houston on Tuesday, Nov. 8, became the first major American city to re-elect an LGBT mayor. Mayor Annise Parker narrowly avoided a run-off with 51 percent of the vote.
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