We, as LGBT voters and givers of campaign dollars, have to be especially discerning.
In new photos released today, the No H8 campaign added 67 additional supporters from the U.S. Congress — including the campaign's first U.S. senators and a Republican member of Congress.
The California Democrat took to Twitter's video service, Vine, to document the first bill he submitted as the first LGBT person of color in Congress.
Rep. Nadler reintroduced the Uniting American Families Act.
The 113th Congress has the highest number of openly LGBT members in the body’s history, with six in the House and, for the first time, an openly gay senator. Each politico here brings something unique to the table. They’re all Democrats, and all were endorsed by the Victory Fund, meaning they fully support federal, state, and local efforts to advance LGBT rights. Meet your new representatives.
A pastor sees the same progress that became evident on election night in his own church.
Mark Takano has won the congressional race in the 41st Congressional District in California, becoming the first person of color in Congress.