The Republican candidate told the nation’s oldest civil rights organization, which recently endorsed marriage equality, that he would “defend traditional marriage” if elected president.
The Obama campaign raised almost $9 million in the three days following the president’s announcement of support for marriage equality in May.
The self-described first openly gay Republican presidential candidate refused to endorse the establishment candidate thanks to Mitt Romney's opposition to marriage equality.
Patrick Murphy endorsed Trevor Thomas, who is competing in the Democratic primary in Michigan’s Third District, covering Grand Rapids.
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