- The Magazine
An openly gay New Yorker likely to win a seat in Congress, Mondaire Jones is one the Democratic Party’s newest rising stars.
LGBTQ organization denounces "orchestrated political attacks," but Richard Neal's campaign alleges it is Morse who is attacking them
Three more Democrats in contested primaries added to list of 17 congressional endorsements
State Sen. Thomas Kean, Jr. promises to do "everything I can" to support LGBTQ community if elected
City Councilmember leads fellow Councilmember Ruben Diaz Sr., who has become known for his outspoken anti-LGBTQ views
Progressive candidate would be the first openly gay black member of Congress if elected
Denver Riggleman was previously censured with a "no confidence" vote for marrying two campaign volunteers
Most endorsees are challenging Republican incumbents who narrowly won their districts in 2018
Cooper says Ruben Diaz, Sr., has repeatedly "come after" LGBTQ community and tried to "stifle our fundamental equal rights"
Fears abound that a split among progressives could enable anti-LGBTQ Councilman Ruben Diaz, Sr. to win
Advocates call for categorical bans or deferral periods for certain groups, like gay and bisexual men
Longtime Bronx politician has established a record as one of the fiercest opponents of LGBTQ rights
LGBTQ organization calls on Congress to tailor future stimulus bills to address health disparities
Andy Biggs objected to granting sick leave to same-sex partners and the lack of abortion-specific language in the bill
U.S. Rep. Dan Lipinski is the only House Democrat to oppose the Equality Act