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Log Cabin Republicans (LCR) are calling on a Democratic congressman to remove and apologize for an opinion piece on his campaign website that used the term "Mary" in reference to his gay opponent, Republican Carl DeMaio.
The Consumer Electronics Association (CEA)® is proud to announce its financial support of Log Cabin Republicans, becoming the first trade association to formally support the country’s original and largest organization representing gay conservatives.
Check the sky for flying pigs! A Long Island Republican congressman with a history of voting against LGBT rights has signed on to co-sponsor anti-bullying legislation.
Gay conservative groups are again barred from official participation CPAC, and like an angry Cinderella uninvited to the ball with poison pen in hand, Log Cabin Republican president Gregory T. Angelo took to conservative media to set the record straight.
A little over a month after GOProud co-founder Jimmy LaSalvia announced he was quitting the Republican party, Chris Barron who founded the arch-conservative gay political organization with him in 2009 announced he was stepping down from the board.
After refusing to step down from his position as a member of the RNC, the Log Cabin Republicans have challenged Michigan Republican Committee member Dave Agema to Debate.
Citing dissatisfaction with big-government conservatives and bigots within the Republican Party, Jimmy LaSalvia, co-founder of arch-conservative Republican gay organization GOProud, announced that he has changed his voter registration to independent.
Today Log Cabin Republicans (LCR) issued a press release denouncing an online video PSA by Out 2 Enroll which aimed to promote awareness among LGBT people about the Affordable Care Act.
The Log Cabin Republicans announced that its board of directors has endorsed Carl DeMaio for Congress. DeMaio, a gay Republican, is running to be the next Congressman in California’s 52nd Congressional District.
Virginia Republicans have nominated E.W. Jackson for lieutenant governor. The minister, however, has made headlines for his outrageous anti-gay comments and for comparing Planned Parenthood to the K.K.K.