Op-ed: How Can Extreme Homophobes Still Win Elections?

Op-ed: How Can Extreme Homophobes Still Win Elections?

Someone who was kicked out of the Navy for his extremist religious view can still win a Republican primary in some places.

Wis. GOP Candidate: Marriage Equality Will Lead to Sibling Marriages

Wis. GOP Candidate: Marriage Equality Will Lead to Sibling Marriages

If the law allows same-sex marriage, siblings will try to marry each other, claims a Wisconsin congressional hopeful.

Sen. Susan Collins Endorses Marriage Equality

Another Republican Senator Supports Marriage Equality

On the heels of receiving HRC's endorsement, Collins joins the small number of Republicans on the side of equality.

Homophobe Gordon Klingenschmitt Wins Colo. State Rep Primary

Homophobe Gordon Klingenschmitt Wins Colo. State Rep Primary

The outrageously antigay Klingenschmitt will be the Republican candidate for a state House seat from Colorado Springs.

Gay Rep. Maloney Dealt Slight Setback in New York Primary

Gay Rep. Maloney Dealt Slight Setback in New York Primary

Rep. Sean Patrick Maloney faced off with the former congresswoman who is fighting to win the seat back.

Okla. Pol: No Problem With Stoning Gays

Okla. Pol: No Problem With Stoning Gays

State representative candidate Scott Esk says homosexuality is 'worthy of death' but claims he wouldn't author legislation instituting such punishment.

Maine Could Make History With Gay Governor, Youngest Out Legislator

Maine Could Make History With Gay Governor, Youngest Out Legislator

Mike Michaud was unopposed in Tuesday's primary for governor, while Ryan Fecteau captured the Democratic nomination in the state's 11th House District.

Ga. Candidate: Gay Cabal Recruiting Children, Threatens Nation

Ga. Candidate: Gay Cabal Recruits Kids, Threatens Nation

Congressional hopeful Jody Hice, who just advanced to a runoff, made these points in a 2012 book, not realizing some of the material he quoted was meant ironically.

WATCH: Republican Candidate's Ad Says Marriage Equality 'No Big Deal'

WATCH: Republican's TV Ad Says Gay Marriage 'No Big Deal'

The moment his brother came out to him is the centerpiece of a new television ad for a Republican candidate in Massachusetts.

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