Has Support for Marriage Equality Declined?

Has Support for Marriage Equality Declined?

Exit poll numbers from this month's election indicated less support than other surveys — but maybe because the electorate skewed Republican.

Op-ed: Republicans Promised I'd Be Speaking Arabic by Now

Op-ed: GOP Promised I'd Be Speaking Arabic by Now

I was waiting for so much doom and gloom after 2012, but all I got was a lousy Prius (and I still can't speak much Arabic).

NOM Out to Oust Pro-Equality Sen. Rob Portman

NOM Out to Oust Pro-Equality Sen. Rob Portman

The antigay group says it will let voters know Portman wants to 'redefine marriage' because of his gay son.

Op-ed: You May Not Realize It, But Your Right to Vote Is Being Suppressed

Op-ed: Yes, Your Vote Is Being Suppressed

LGBT voters of all races, genders, and economic levels are meeting more roadblocks to vote than anyone would have imagined in 2014.

Out Republican DeMaio Officially Loses Tight Bid for House

Out Republican Officially Loses Tight Bid for House

Provisional and absentee ballots cast for California's 52nd district put Rep. Scott Peters over the top to keep his seat.

Op-ed: Yes, We Can Still Make LGBT Allies With a Republican Majority

Op-ed: Yes, LGBTs Can Still Find Allies With a GOP Majority

The election results may sting for some, but HRC president Chad Griffin says it's more important than ever to keep fighting on.

Dallas Strengthens LGBT Protections

Dallas Strengthens LGBT Protections

It wasn't all bad news for LGBT Texans Tuesday night — residents of Dallas will now be protected by a more robust nondiscrimination ordinance.

How Many LGBTs In The House? Too Close to Call

How Many LGBTs In House? Too Close to Call

In a night of electoral gut-punches for Democrats, the number of LGBT House members is still unclear.

Election No Good for Floridians Hoping for Marriage Equality

Election No Good for Floridians Hoping for Marriage Equality

If the Democrats had won, they presented a clear path toward marriage equality in the state.

RESULTS: Healey Elected First Out State Attorney General

Maura Healey Elected First Out State Attorney General

Healey, who was part of the team that brought marriage equality to Massachusetts, will be the state's top attorney.

Maine's Missed Milestone

Maine's Missed Milestone

LGBT Americans are still waiting for the first out governor.

Clay Aiken Comes in Second... Again

Clay Aiken Comes in Second... Again

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

What Exit Polls Say About LGBT Voters, Equality

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

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