What do all those people who are staying home on Election Day think about marriage equality?
One of Washington State's best-known Republican politicians, Dan Evans, is backing the marriage equality law that is up for a popular vote next week.
The independent mayor of New York City said one of the effects of Hurricane Sandy is clarification about the differences between Barack Obama and Mitt Romney.
Voters are being spammed with antigay text messages, according to the Human Rights Campaign, which is calling for $1 million in fines against the right-wing group caught sending them.
A Republican lawmaker in Maine who voted against marriage equality while in office in 2009 now describes that decision as a "chicken thing for me to do."
“We have a real shot at prevailing here,” the Maryland governor told reporters Wednesday despite bad news in a new poll and expected attacks by the National Organization for Marriage.
The Dallas County Commissioner's Court approved domestic partnership benefits for county employees, but not before a Commissioner incorrectly referred to a lesbian activist as "he."
The New York Times editorial board today came out in support of marriage equality ballot initiatives in Maine, Maryland, and Washington.
A misleading anti-marriage-equality ad airing in four states recycles a false claim that marriage equality will lead to schools teaching children about same-sex marriage.