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Maryland's LGBTQ representation increases, but out candidates in the District fall short
Martin Moulton, Bruce Majors, and Ethan and Joe Bishop-Henchman on why they believe the Libertarians can be D.C.'s second party
Next Tuesday, Nov. 4, is Election Day in the District of Columbia, and voters will head to local polling places to select the person who...
D.C.'s second openly gay mayoral candidate hopes to establish a viable opposition party
With the Aug. 6 filing deadline for candidates to declare their candidacy behind them, some D.C. mayoral contenders are raising the issue of debates –...
The D.C. Republican Party announced April 7 that it intends to place candidates who did not declare their intentions prior to the party’s April 1...
2014 promises to be another banner year for the District's LGBT community, which enjoys – at least on paper – almost full equality with the...
Bruce Majors's platform for Congress may raise some eyebrows: he doesn't have one. ''I don't think I need one,'' Majors says candidly. ''I'm not running...