Christine Quinn

The latest news about Christine Quinn, the out New York City politician. She is a Democrat and served as the City Council Speaker under Michael Bloomberg, the thrice-elected mayor of New York City, and became the first lesbian and woman to hold this office. Christine Quinn ran for the position of mayor in 2013, but she placed third in the city's democratic primary. The nomination ultimately went to Bill de Blasio. Quinn is a resident of Manhattan, along with her wife Kim Catullo.
Weiner Woes Boost Quinn Mayoral Bid

Weiner Woes Boost Quinn Mayoral Bid

Weiner was once a presumed mayoral front-runner.

Quinn New York On Verge of Marriage

Quinn: New York on Verge of Marriage

She believes New York is on the verge of an “amazing, amazing victory” for marriage equality.

NY Senate Leader Would Give Marriage Bill to Gay Lawmaker

N.Y. Leader Wants Gay Senator to Carry Marriage Bill

New York's Senate majority leader said his chamber is likely to vote on the marriage equality bill by June.

Quinn Wants Senate Marriage Commitment

Quinn Wants Senate Marriage Commitment

She called on Senate majority leader John Sampson to bring the marriage equality bill to the floor.

Christine Quinn  My Life is No Better Today

Christine Quinn: My Life Is No Better Today

"What I care about is that my life isn't any better today," she said.

Quinn Headed to Albany

Quinn Headed to Albany

She will head to Albany on Tuesday night to push for the marriage equality bill.

Quinn Endorses Thompson for Mayor

Quinn Endorses Thompson for Mayor

This ends months of speculation about whether the high-profile lesbian Democrat would support the nominee of her party or back incumbent mayor Michael Bloomberg.

Christine Quinn Plays Central Role in Divisive NYC Vote

Quinn was a central figure in a vote that extended term limits from two consecutive four-year terms to three consecutive four-year terms.

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