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Boehner’s opposition is indicative of the uphill battle advocates have always known they would face on ENDA in the House with its current composition.
LGBT Virginians can breathe a little easier following Tuesday’s statewide and local elections, but the community still faces daunting challenges in Richmond.
Virginia governor-elect Democrat Terry McAuliffe said during his first press conference that his first order of business will be to ban anti-LGBT discrimination against state employees.
The leader of Washington state’s successful effort to legalize gay marriage is now set to become Seattle’s next mayor.
Houston Mayor Annise Parker was elected Tuesday to a third and final term as the leader of the nation’s fourth-largest city.
Democrat Ralph Northam made his biggest mark in the state Senate speaking out against attempts to limit abortion rights, but he’s expanding his sights as Virginia’s next lieutenant governor.
One year after leading Washington state’s effort to legalize gay marriage, Ed Murray is now poised to become the next mayor of Seattle.
Democrat Terry McAuliffe is the victor in the race to be Virginia governor. He has turned back a challenge from state Attorney General Ken Cuccinelli, a tea party favorite.
Bill de Blasio was elected New York City’s first Democratic mayor in two decades Tuesday, running on an unabashedly liberal, tax-the-rich platform that contrasted sharply with billionaire Michael Bloomberg’s record during 12 years in office.
The casting of ballots today signals the beginning of NYC’s farewell to Mayor Michael Bloomberg, who has helped shape the nation’s biggest city for 12 years, largely setting aside partisan politics as he led with data-driven beliefs and his vast fortune.