Romney Concedes Loss in Florida

Romney Concedes Florida; Campaign Staff 'Sick' Over Loss

Votes are still being counted in the state, but they're mostly from heavily Democratic areas.

New Hampshire Voters Elect Their First Trans Lawmaker

New Hampshire Voters Elect Their First Trans Lawmaker

In another of many history-making victories in Tuesday’s election, New Hampshire has voted in its first openly transgender legislator.

An Update on Our Antigay Watch List Will Have You Wondering Why Voters Love Villains

Antigay Watch List: Winners and Losers

When it comes to this list of homophobic candidates, voters passed on electing a few of the most wacky. But the familiar faces of many villains return.

Go Inside the Exit Polling of Gay Voters and Marriage Equality

Go Inside the Exit Polling of Gay Voters and Marriage Equality

Exit polls have a lot to say about the role LGBT issues played in the election.

Los Angeles County Voters Approve Condom Mandate for Adult Films

L.A. County Voters Approve Condom Mandate for Adult Films

Advocates say it's necessary to protect performers from STIs, but the industry cites a low incidence of such infections.

Maine Senator Elect Adds to Marriage Equality Count

Senate's Whip Count for Marriage Equality Just Got Better

Angus King, the popular former governor, will replace retiring Republican moderate Olympia Snowe.

Mixed Results for Republicans Who Backed Marriage Equality in New York
November 07 2012 3:00 PM ET

Mixed Results for Republicans Who Backed Marriage Equality in New York

Mark Grisanti, one of four Republican state senators who backed marriage equality legislation last year, won his race for reelection, while Stephen Saland appeared to be losing.

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