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Calling All Voters

Gays and Lesbians head to the voting booths in DC, Maryland and Virginia


VA Voters - A Dominion Decision: Virginians face a harsh anti-gay amendment and a bitterly negative Senate campaign

MD Voters - Looking Down the Road: The next Maryland governor could set the state's course on gay marriage

DC Voters - From the Bottom Up: Fenty may be a shoo-in for mayor, but many smaller D.C. races remain uncertain

Calling All Voters:

All good things must come to an end — even when ”good” is a somewhat relative term. So it is that on Tuesday, Nov. 7, a hotly contested and often bitterly fought election cycle comes to its own end.

Gays and lesbians have plenty of reasons to get out and vote, from ultra-local ANC races in D.C. to a Maryland gubernatorial race to Virginia’s attempt to ban equality for gay and lesbian couples. What follows are highlights of the elections in all three areas.

Get ready to make your own voice heard.

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