The antigay National Organization for Marriage held much sway over the 2012 election. Fred Karger, an out GOP presidential candidate from that year, wonders if NOM will exert the same influence in 2016.
The state of Louisiana was among the last holdouts on recognizing the Supreme Court's ruling.
Republican presidential candidates draw a line between racism (which is bad) and homophobia (which is perhaps just fine).
Although she's been criticized for her evolving stance on marriage equality, Hillary Clinton's newly released personal emails show she has been supporting LGBT human rights for a while.
The Wisconsin governor is calling for a constitutional amendment to let states ban same-sex marriage, saving his reputation with the far right.
The newest Republican presidential aspirant holds the distinction of being the only candidate to veto marriage equality.
The Republican senator and presidential hopeful says he's worried about the implications for religious liberty now that same-sex marriages have nationwide government recognition.
Senator Ted Cruz says he believes the Supreme Court justices who voted in favor of same-sex marriage and national health care "rewrote the Constitution."