The environment, the War in Afghanistan, and health care reform are ranked as higher priorities for voters than banning marriage equality, a new poll shows.
Many of the right-wing candidate's coreligionists voted against him during the primary season.
A campaign surrogate for Harris County, Texas, Democratic Party presidential nominee Keryl Douglas attacked Douglas's gay opponent, Lane Lewis (shown).
The Right Reverend V. Gene Robinson, who nearly a decade ago became the first openly gay bishop in the Episcopal Church and will retire his vestments in less than a year, lives far enough away in the New Hampshire countryside from the presidential primary campaign scrum in Manchester as to render it on another planet.
Wisconsin congressional representative Tammy Baldwin could run to become the first out U.S. senator, but she isn't the only LGBT person with political ambitions. Meet some of the young LGBT candidates who want your vote this year and next.