Iowa Retains Judge Who Joined Marriage Equality Ruling

Iowa Retains Judge Who Joined Marriage Equality Ruling

Justice David Wiggins, who joined the unanimous marriage equality ruling in 2009, survived a campaign to recall him.

Openly Gay Congressional Winner Makes History in New York
January 07 2014 5:01 PM ET

Gay Congressional Winner Makes History in New York

Sean Patrick Maloney defeated incumbent Nan Hayworth in one of the most closely watched Congressional races in the country to become the first openly candidate elected to Congress from the state.

LGBT Supporter Wins Hawaii Senate Race

LGBT Supporter Wins Hawaii Senate Race

Mazie Hirono moves up from the U.S. House to the Senate, defeating Linda Lingle, who as the state's governor had vetoed civil unions.

NOM Ally Steve King Wins Tough Congressional Race in Iowa

NOM Ally Steve King Wins Tough Congressional Race in Iowa

He faced a difficult reelection challenge after redistricting.

Gay Rights Foe Marsha Blackburn Reelected to Congress From Tennessee

Gay Rights Foe Marsha Blackburn Reelected to Congress From Tennessee

Blackburn helped draft the Republicans' antigay national platform.

PRESIDENT OBAMA REELECTED WHILE SUPPORTING MARRIAGE EQUALITY

Obama's Reelection Transforms Politics of Marriage Equality

North Carolina Elects Famously Antigay Virginia Foxx Again

North Carolina Elects Famously Antigay Virginia Foxx Again

Foxx is known for saying Matthew Shepard's murder was not a hate crime.

Tim Kaine Defeats Antigay George Allen for Virginia Senate Seat

Tim Kaine Defeats Antigay George Allen for Virginia Senate Seat

Allen has a record of opposing marriage equality and LGBT-inclusive hate-crimes laws.

Wisconsin Elects Second Out Congressional Rep in Mark Pocan

Wisconsin Elects Second Out Congressional Rep in Mark Pocan

Pocan succeeds Tammy Baldwin, who tonight was elected to the U.S. Senate.

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