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Newark mayor Cory Booker on gay rumors: ‘So what does it matter if I am?’

| Tuesday, August 27, 2013
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Newark mayor and U.S. Senate candidate Cory Booker, responding to persistent speculation that he is gay, says "So what does it matter if I am?"

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Little substance on LGBT rights from Va. Democratic candidates

| Wednesday, June 12, 2013
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RICHMOND, Va. -- The Democratic party's candidates for Virginia's top elected offices had little to offer on Wednesday on the issue of LGBT rights, despite facing a trio of vehemently anti-gay Republican opponents.

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Nothing scarier than ‘President Romney’

KEVIN NAFF
Editor, The Washington Blade
| Monday, November 5, 2012
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From complete opposition to LGBT rights advances to the frightening prospect of a slew of Supreme Court appointments to a litany of pro-gay advances that could be wiped away with the stroke of a pen, the prospect of a President Mitt Romney should be enough to motivate LGBT voters across the country to turn out in support of President Barack Obama’s critical second term...

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Obama’s lead widens among LGBT voters, reports Harris/Logo TV survey

| Sunday, November 4, 2012
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A follow-up poll conducted online in the United States by Harris Interactive, on behalf of Logo TV, shows that LGBT voters remain firmly on the side of supporting President Barack Obama for re-election.

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Cast your vote – and let the chips fall…

| Sunday, November 4, 2012
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As gay Americans we need to remember those of our community who lived in times that were far beyond what I can imagine. These are the sweet brave souls who fought the fight and made it easier for us; and now it is now our responsibility to pay it forward – to make it easier for those generations of our LGBTQ family who will carry-on long after we’re gone. Remember this as you cast your vote on Tuesday...

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Record number of openly LGBT candidates seeking office this year

| Saturday, November 3, 2012
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A record number of gay candidates are running for congressional seats and state legislatures this year, and many say their sexual orientation has not been a campaign issue.

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Mean Mitt is a rotten apple in a bad barrel

| Tuesday, October 30, 2012
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In reality, Mitt Romney is a nasty individual with radical ideas who seems to have little regard for animals, women, minorities, gays, and 47-percent of Americans whom he regards as bums who can get their healthcare in the Emergency Room.

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In his own words: Mitt Romney’s bias against same-sex parents

| Monday, October 29, 2012
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In a recently uncovered campaign video from 2005, Mitt Romney -- who publicly said he opposed child-rearing by gay and lesbian couples -- told an audience in South Carolina that gay parenting is "not right on paper," and "not right in fact."

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An LGBT guide to Election Night 2012

| Sunday, October 28, 2012
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It’s a close race for the White House, a close race for Tammy Baldwin’s bid to the U.S. Senate, five unpredictable outcomes on marriage related votes, and an openly gay caucus in Congress that could total either three or six by the end of the evening.

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How do Gays and Lesbians talk to Republicans?

| Sunday, October 28, 2012
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If you vote Republican and we come in contact with one another – I’ll be asking you face to face why you believe I’m not equal to you, and why you believe I don’t have the same right to everything this life has to offer as you do. Don’t start by telling me your vote wasn’t anything personal against me – for it most certainly was – Start by telling me why your human dignity is more important than mine...

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