The antigay National Organization for Marriage held much sway over the 2012 election. Fred Karger, an out GOP presidential candidate from that year, wonders if NOM will exert the same influence in 2016.
The National Organization for Marriage once again wants candidates to swear opposition to equal marriage rights, while another right-wing group has abandoned its pledge.
When Evan Wolfson challenges Brown on how he'd help those hurt by homophobia, Brown says he'd tell them 'the truth' about marriage.
The antigay group has kept trying to intervene after Oregon's attorney general declined to defend the ban, but it's out of options now.
Perhaps someone should tutor the folks at the National Organization for Marriage about how polling works.
Portman, the first Republican U.S. senator to endorse marriage equality, says he'll run for reelection to the Senate instead.