A bipartisan group of New Hampshire residents, business owners and civic leaders of New Hampshire decides to launch a campaign to stop lawmakers who want to repeal equality marriage.
It is not one, nor two but three candidates, openly gay and lesbian, who want to be elected at the City-County Council of Indianapolis.
It is today that the lawmakers of North Carolina were to study an amendment to ban gay marriage of the state's constitution and that's a bad news.
It seems that Adam Ebbin could win the 30th state Senate Democratic primary with an important support from Arlington.
The openly gay and republican candidate, Fred Krager, will not attend the state's conference of the Republican party.
As we could envisage it, Michele Bachmman, republican candidate to the next presidential election in United States, will start Don't Ask Don't Tell policy again if she is elected.
Fred Karger, republican openly gay candidate to the presidential elections, asked LGBT people to be out and proud.
Yesterday, The New Yorker ran an article about Republican, Michele Bachmann. Her views on gay rights shocked some and intrigued others, causing many other newspapers to pick up on her words alongside those aforementioned.
Tim Pawlenty, american republican candidate to the presidential elections, is still against marriage equality.
The Republican senators who voted for the gay marriage in New York and who help to pass it were rewarded by generous contributions to their campaigns.