A congressional LGBTQ political action committee is urging voters to elect or re-elect 16 LGBTQ people seeking seats in the U.S. Congress on Tuesday. Equality...
On Tuesday, U.S. Rep. Mondaire Jones (D-N.Y.) lost his bid for Congress in a new district, following a court-imposed redistricting process that disadvantaged Democrats and...
Two gay congressmen from New York — representing nearly one-quarter of the nine LGBTQ elected officials currently serving in Congress — could likely be pitted...
The freshman Democratic congressman from New York shared powerful words during the House Debate on the Equality Act.
Despite the unrest that occurred on Wednesday afternoon after right-wing protesters overran the U.S. Capitol Building, congressional lawmakers ultimately certified the results of the 2020...
Jones said he was proud to be "part of the boldest, most diverse Congress in American history"
In this week's issue, we talk to Sarah McBride and Brian Sims about the 2020 election and its historic wins.
On Election Day, LGBTQ voters showed up in droves, helping LGBTQ candidates win several important victories.
Mondaire Jones becomes first openly gay Black member of Congress
Mondaire Jones, an openly gay New Yorker likely to win a seat in Congress, is one of the Democratic Party's newest rising stars
A lawyer who ran on a progressive platform, Jones is favored to win the November election for a suburban New York congressional seat
Progressive candidate would be the first openly gay black member of Congress if elected