Annise Parker, the president and CEO of the LGBTQ+ Victory Fund, has announced her intention to leave following the 2024 elections.
Olivia Hill won a seat on the Nashville's Metro Council, making her Tennessee's first out transgender elected official.
Fabian Nelson is poised to become Mississippi's first out LGBTQ elected official after winning a primary runoff in a Democratic district.
Maryland State Del. Joe Vogel, the out gay man seeking to represent the state’s 6th Congressional District in the U.S. House of Representatives, has been...
The former U.S. Representative, an out gay man, has announced he will again run for Congress, challenging Republican Dan Lawler.
The Delaware Democratic state senator and transgender trailblazer will seek the state's sole congressional seat in 2024.
All eight out LGBTQ candidates seeking seats in the Virginia General Assembly advanced to the general election following Tuesday's primary.
Jonathan Dromgoole, an LGBTQ Latino running for the Arlington County Board, could become the first out LGBTQ immigrant elected in Virginia.
Democrat Kris Mayes, an out lesbian, has been declared the winner of Arizona’s Attorney General race following an automatic recount, narrowly edging out her Republican...
LGBTQ groups were ecstatic and effusive in their praise for lawmakers after the U.S. Senate passed the Respect for Marriage Act by a 61-36 vote...
LGBTQ groups offered praise and accolades for House Speaker Nancy Pelosi, who announced on Thursday that she would remain in Congress but would step down...
A host of advocacy groups are condemning former President Donald Trump's anti-LGBTQ record as he announces his 2024 bid for the White House.
Oregon House Speaker Tina Kotek’s campaign has declared victory in the state’s gubernatorial race based on reported projections from The Oregonian/OregonLive and Oregon Public Broadcasting. Although The Associated...
For the third straight electoral cycle in a row, LGBTQ candidates for political office broke a previous record, with at least 340 out LGBTQ candidates...
Massachusetts Democrat Maura Healey becomes the first openly gay woman elected governor of a U.S. state.