Gene Robinson on the NH Race

Gene Robinson on the New Hampshire Race

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.

Your GOP Primary Guide

Your GOP Primary Guide

Your GOP Primary Guide

The LGBT Take on Iowa

The LGBT Take on Iowa (in 100 Words or Less) 

We asked gay leaders on both sides of the political fence for their gut reactions on Romney’s and Santorum’s strong showing, as well as what to expect moving forward.

Decision Time in Iowa

The GOP candidates' political barnstorming throughout the state is finally coming to a close. If only the antigay rhetoric that often accompanied it would follow suit.

Marriage Metaphors with Rick Santorum

Marriage Metaphors, with Rick Santorum

Marriage Metaphors, with Rick Santorum

The Other Gay Contenders

The Other Gay Contenders

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.

2010 Races To Watch

's Races to Watch

November 2 is a high-stakes night for LGBT Americans. Here’s a snapshot of some individual races to watch and why they matter, regardless of which party prevails.

Kentuckys Gay Hope

Kentucky's Gay Hope

He's 24, he'd had a brush with death, and he hasn't even finished college, but Matthew Vanderpool might be Kentucky's best chance at ousting one of the state's most antigay legislators.

Transforming Oklahoma

Transforming Oklahoma

Brittany Novotny is hoping to become Oklahoma's first transgender state representative — by giving the boot to Sally Kern.

Annise Parker The New Face of Houston

Annise Parker The New Face of Houston

Following her historic election in Houston over the weekend, mayor-elect Annise Parker talks about her hard-fought campaign—and her emerging role as a gay politician on the national scene.

Gay Victory in Detroit

Former news anchor Charles Pugh becomes Detroit’s first openly gay black city council president -- with the help of endorsements from the Council of Baptist Pastors and several individual pastors.

Chelsea Clinton Stumps for Her Mom in Puerto Rico

Chelsea Clinton campaigned for her mother Tuesday in Puerto Rico, where the marathon race for the Democratic presidential nomination has brought new importance to a U.S. island that typically has scant say over national affairs. With just over a month to go before Puerto Rico's June 1 primary, the former first daughter toured the U.S. territory's capital of San Juan and shook hands with well-wishers, posed for snapshots, and tried to charm voters on behalf of Sen. Hillary Rodham Clinton.

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