Tag Archives: 2012 Elections

N.H. Elects First Transgender Legislator

The good news from election night just keeps on coming. From The Huffington Post: New Hampshire joins neighboring Maine in making history this Election Night, welcoming its very first transgender lawmaker. The Nashua Telegraph reports that Stacie Laughton, a Democrat, beat … Continue reading

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Why It Gets Better: Post-Election Headlines

For any Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual or Transgender (LGBT) Youth out there who are looking for reasons for hope, take a look at screen capture for post-election headlines on the advocate.com (click image for bigger version). You want real-time, concrete reasons … Continue reading

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Headlines of the Day from this Historic Election

Below are my two picks for the headlines on this historic day. These are both running on the Seattle Times website. I flipped them (Obama’s article was the lead) because I felt that complimented the feel of our community more. … Continue reading

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Why It Gets Better: You Could be a Democratic National Convention Delegate

In a article from charlotteobserver.com that focuses mainly on the representation of youth in the delegation leads off with the below two paragraphs: RALEIGH N.C. Democrats on Saturday selected the remainder of the party’s 158-member delegation to September’s Democratic National Convention … Continue reading

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Gingrich Supports Obama Re-election

Well, at least indirectly. From the Des Moines Register 2012 Caucus Blog: Oskaloosa, Ia. – Newt Gingrich told a gay man and longtime resident of Oskaloosa here today that he should vote for President Obama. “I asked him if he’s … Continue reading

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