Democrat Tries to Win Votes By Spreading Rumor That Republican Congressman Is Gay

Democrat Tries to Win Votes By Spreading Rumor That GOP Congressman Is Gay

A Democrat is spreading a rumor that his Republican opponent is secretly gay and heads up an army of gays in Congress.

WATCH Obama Gets Big Applause on The Daily Show for Supporting LGBT Rights

WATCH: Obama Gets Big Applause for LGBT Rights Support

During an interview on The Daily Show on Thursday, President Obama raised his support for LGBT rights as a case for his reelection to the show's young viewers.

Bloomberg Starts Super PAC With Eye on Marriage Initiatives

Bloomberg Starts Super PAC With Eye on Marriage Initiatives

The New York City mayor will spend from $10 million to $15 million on causes including marriage equality and candidates interested in problem solving.

Chris Christie Endorses Tommy Thompson

12 LGBT Candidates Who Want Your Support

12 LGBT Candidates Who Want Your Support

The Victory Fund releases its annual list of tight, high-profile political races with LGBT candidates.

Republican-Led Super PAC Directs $500,000 to Gay Congressional Hopeful

Republican Super PAC Directs Big Money to Gay Candidate

The half-million dollar investment from American Unity PAC, the group created by hedge fund billionaire Paul Singer, will fund TV and online advertisements for Richard Tisei in Massachusetts.

3 Debates, 0 Questions on LGBT Issues

3 Debates, 0 Questions on LGBT Issues

The meeting generated the anticipated clash, but the second-to-last presidential debate brought no explicit mention of LGBT concerns.

Maybe The Debate Moderators Need a Few Ideas for Questions on LGBT Issues

Maybe the Moderators Need Ideas for LGBT Questions?

There's just one more debate and it's supposed to be focused on foreign policy. Will there be no LGBT question this debate season?

Jesse Tyler Ferguson, Zachary Quinto, Wanda Sykes, Endorse Obama in Campaign Video

LGBT Celebs Endorse Obama In Campaign Video

Seven major LGBT celebrities are urging voters to back the president because of his administration's efforts on gay rights.

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