Clay Aiken Comes in Second... Again
November 04 2014 10:02 PM ET

Clay Aiken Comes in Second... Again

Neal Broverman

There weren't enough Claymates in the Tarheel State to save the former Idol finalist from defeat.

What Exit Polls Say About LGBT Voters, Equality
November 04 2014 8:18 PM ET

What Exit Polls Say About LGBT Voters, Equality

Michelle Garcia

In 2014, marriage equality is even less of a wedge issue.

In An Important First for Republicans, Maine's Susan Collins Wins Reelection
November 04 2014 8:16 PM ET

In Important First, Pro-Marriage Republicans Win Reelection

Lucas Grindley

No Republican had ever been tested at the polls in a reelection after having supported marriage equality.

Gay Congressional Hopeful Faces Second Harassment Allegation
November 04 2014 7:23 PM ET

Gay Congressional Hopeful Faces Second Harassment Allegation

Trudy Ring

Another former campaign worker has accused Carl DeMaio of sexual harassment. Meanwhile, DeMaio has blocked the reporter who broke the story from his Twitter feed.

Nate Silver Has Been Predicting This Since March
November 04 2014 1:48 PM ET

Nate Silver Has Been Predicting This Since March

Lucas Grindley

The media seems to be converging on this idea that Democrats are about to lose the Senate, but as usual, it was Nate Silver who was ahead of the curve.

WATCH: John Oliver Guide To the Craziest Candidates for State Legislature
November 04 2014 11:00 AM ET

WATCH: John Oliver's Guide to Craziest Candidates

Jami Smith

Everyone is focusing on the wrong things, says John Oliver, who somehow makes this hilarious.

Christine Quinn's Next Political Move? Equality For Women
November 04 2014 6:40 AM ET

Christine Quinn's Next Political Move? Equality For Women

Katie Boyden

New York's former City Council speaker Christine Quinn is using her experience as a lesbian and a woman in politics by leading a new party.

Races to Watch for LGBT Voters: U.S. House
November 04 2014 5:10 AM ET November 05 2014 7:12 AM ET

Election Results for LGBT Voters: U.S. House

Advocate.com Editors

The list of Republicans keeping their seats in the House includes some of the most antigay.

Races to Watch for LGBT Voters: U.S. Senate
November 04 2014 3:30 AM ET November 05 2014 12:13 AM ET

Election Results for LGBT Voters: U.S. Senate

Advocate.com Editors

If forecasters are right, then the U.S. Senate verges of becoming more Republican, and more antigay.

Election Results for LGBT Voters: The Governors
November 04 2014 3:00 AM ET November 05 2014 7:08 AM ET

Election Results for LGBT Voters: The Governors

Advocate.com Editors

Among gubernatorial races was the possibility the country might elect its first-ever openly gay governor, but he lost a close contest.

Where LGBT Candidates Need the Most Help, Get the Least
November 04 2014 3:00 AM ET

Where LGBT Candidates Need the Most Help, Get Least

Kerry Eleveld

The Victory Fund is proud of its success rate, but it’s not taking enough chances where we need victories: the South and Midwest.

Election Results for LGBT Voters: In The States
November 03 2014 7:16 PM ET November 05 2014 7:57 PM ET

Election Results for LGBT Voters: In The States

Advocate.com Editors

The highest profile races are often at the federal level, but state legislatures and city leaders can make a big difference in LGBT lives.

WATCH: NOM Ad Says N.C. Marriage Equality Is All Sen. Kay Hagan's Fault
October 29 2014 2:13 PM ET

WATCH: Why NOM Is Airing an Attack Ad in Senate Race

Trudy Ring

The ad denounces Hagan for voting to confirm the judge who brought marriage equality to the state — but all other senators present voted the same way.

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