It's an empty gesture from the Republican nominee, who opposes marriage equality and has a proudly homophobic running mate.
At a Sunday event, Clinton outlined her plans to address LGBT homelessness, gun violence, and the spread of HIV.
In this first part of a series, we get acquainted with an aspiring member of Florida's conservative state House, a woman who hopes to represent the district that is home to the Pulse nightclub.
He also predicts the letter from the FBI director won't hurt Hillary Clinton's chance of being elected president.
The three up for retention this year are in a different environment than those voted out in 2010, a year after the state's marriage equality ruling.
The Human Rights Campaign initially kept their endorsement for Mark Kirk after the Illinois senator insulted his opponent's heritage. That changed this weekend.
There is simply too much uncertaintly about what he would do as president, says Log Cabin leader Gregory T. Angelo.