NH Transgender Legislator to Step Aside

N.H. Transgender Legislator-Elect Won't Take Office

After news came out that Stacie Laughton had been convicted of a felony, she has decided not to take office as the state's first transgender elected official.

Nate Silver Talks About His Numbers 'Dorkiness'

Fox News Underreported Victories of Marriage Equality and Tammy Baldwin

Fox News Ignores Gay Issues

Fox News ignores marriage equality victories in Maine, Maryland, Minnesota, and Washington as well as the historic election of Rep. Tammy Baldwin to the U.S. Senate.

Out Lesbian Elected Oregon House Speaker

Out Lesbian Elected Oregon House Speaker

Tina Kotek will be the first openly gay woman to lead a state legislative chamber.

If Obama and Romney Split the Straight Vote Then LGBT Americans Decided the Winner

If the Straight Vote Split, Did Gay Voters Pick a President?

Is it this simple? Exit polls show Mitt Romney and Barack Obama splitting the straight vote, so then gays decided the election — or so the thinking goes.

A Look Inside How LGBT Readers of The Advocate Voted Last Week

How You Voted: The Advocate's Election Exit Survey

The Advocate's Election Day exit survey shows 9% of you voted on marriage equality in some form and 64% of you have a clear candidate for 2016.

Gay Lawmaker Becomes Majority Leader of Washington State Senate

Gay Lawmaker Becomes Majority Leader of Washington State Senate

Ed Murray is the second openly gay person in U.S. history to head a state senate.

Voters in Two Kansas Cities Repeal Antidiscrimination Laws

Voters in Two Kansas Cities Repeal Antidiscrimination Laws

Citizens in both Salina and Hutchinson voted to rescind the gay-inclusive ordinances their cities had adopted this year.

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