Topics :: pro-equality politicians
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By Lindsay King- Miller | Thursday Sep 27, 2012
Statewide advocacy organization One Colorado released a list of endorsements of 67 Democrats and one Republican for this year’s election, in an attempt to put more pro-equality candidates in office.
By Kilian Melloy | Tuesday Nov 1, 2011
British Prime Minister David Cameron has given warning: Anti-gay nations that persist in persecuting sexual minorities may see some of the aid money they receive from the UK dry up.
By Norma Love | Thursday Sep 15, 2011
New Hampshire Democratic Gov. John Lynch announced Thursday he would not seek re-election to the office he has held for four consecutive terms, clearing the way for GOP jostling for his seat.
By Michael Warren | Monday Aug 15, 2011
Argentine President Cristina Fernandez got half the votes against a divided opposition in Sunday’s primary, giving her re-election campaign a feeling of invincibility.
By Kilian Melloy | Wednesday Aug 10, 2011
The Catholic Church sought to discourage the governor of Maryland from supporting marriage equality, pressuring Martin O’Malley not to sponsor a marriage equality bill because O’Malley himself is Catholic.
By Kilian Melloy | Tuesday Jun 28, 2011
Before the vote in New York, anti-gay group the National Organization for Marriage threatened to unseat any GOP lawmaker who stood for family parity. Now NOM has announced it will spend at least $2 million to carry out that threat.
By Beth Fouhy | Tuesday Jun 28, 2011
New York Gov. Andrew Cuomo’s successful push to legalize gay marriage in his state has made him a national hero to liberal voters and has sparked talk of a potential presidential bid for Cuomo in 2016.
By Kilian Melloy | Wednesday Nov 3, 2010
With the election of Andrew Cuomo to the governor’s office in New York and the re-election of Maryland governor Martin O’Malley, those states may be poised to be the next to offer gay and lesbian families legal equality.
By Kilian Melloy | Tuesday Feb 9, 2010
Conservative British pol David Cameron, who is viewed by many as the likely next Prime Minister of Britain, has made it his mission to reach out to gay and lesbian voters, reckoning that plenty of gays share his party’s conservative views--at least, the ones that are not flagrantly anti-gay.
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