Study: Marriage Initiatives Enticed Liberal Voters in 2012

Study: Marriage Initiatives Enticed Liberal Voters in 2012

Ballot initiatives to establish marriage equality in three states and reject a ban in another drove voters to the polls in 2012.

Candidate Who Blamed Gays for Disasters Wins Ill. Congressional Primary

Candidate Who Blamed Gays for Disasters Wins Ill. Primary

Republican Susanne Atanus, who said 'God is angry' at gays, pulls off a primary win but faces a popular Democratic incumbent in the general election.

Marriage Equality Support Doesn't Cost Ill. Repubs

Marriage Equality Support Doesn't Cost Ill. Repubs

Of the three Republican state representatives who voted for marriage equality, two won their primaries by a wide margin, while the other has a narrow lead.

Santa Fe Selects Its First Gay Mayor, Javier Gonzales

Meet Santa Fe's First Openly Gay Mayor

Javier Gonzales was elected mayor of Santa Fe, N.M. on Tuesday night.

Ill. GOP Candidate Blames Gays for Disasters, Raises Party Leaders' Ire

WATCH: Ill. GOP Hopeful Blames Gays for Disasters, Autism

LGBT people have aroused God's wrath, says a Republican congressional hopeful, whose comments in turn drew the wrath of party leaders, who called on her to quit the race.

Mass. Lt. Gov. Candidate Backs Marriage Equality; Conservatives Object

Is Marriage Equality Still Politically Dangerous, Even in Mass.?

Karyn Polito joins her running mate, gubernatorial hopeful Charlie Baker, in endorsing equal marriage rights, which may cost the team support from the right.

Nebraska Republican Vying for Most Antigay in Primary

Nebraska Republican Vying for Mantle as Most Antigay in Primary

Same-sex couples in Nebraska are being turned into a campaign issue for Republicans.

Is The GOP Discriminating Against Its Gay Candidates?

Is The GOP Discriminating Against Its Gay Candidates?

The GOP faces the possibility of having a handful of openly gay candidates for the House in the next cycle, and that's causing problems.

Mary Cheney Isn't Supporting Sister Liz for Senate

Mary Cheney Isn't Supporting Sister Liz for Senate

Mary Cheney isn't keeping quiet about her disappointment with her sister's opposition to marriage equality.

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