In this tense election season, some of the important ballot measures happening in states and cities nationwide might not
Gov. Nathan Deal says he meant no insult.
Voters in four states cast ballots on marriage equality. Refresh this page for the latest results. Also on HuffPost:
Dating back to 1998, same-sex marriage has been rejected in all 32 states that have held popular votes on the issue. Gay
Minnesota voters will decide whether to reiterate the ban on same-sex marriage in the state's constitution on Nov. 6 -- but
This week the Democratic Party will make history by becoming the first major American political party to endorse both marriage and employment equality for LGBT people. That this position will be ratified in Charlotte, N.C., highlights a dilemma that is both political and moral in nature.
I spent much of the spring working on defeating anti-gay Amendment 1 in North Carolina. It's been my habit, after major wins or losses, to reflect on what went right and what went wrong, and offer some thoughts. Here are some of those along with some analysis.
Mississippi Gov. Phil Bryant (R) responds, calling Perdue's jab "petty." Bryant also said it was disappointing that Perdue
I would gladly never step foot in North Carolina again, and if it weren't for the fact that I do have relatives and a few friends there, I probably wouldn't. Why would I waste my money to support the economy of a state that clearly sees me as unworthy of any level of respect?
The battle in North Carolina also indicates that conservative strategists are beginning to target unrepentant, unmarried heterosexual couples, too. In a state that already prohibits same-sex marriage, Amendment 1 adds prohibitions against civil unions and domestic partnerships.
It is up to us to show the opposition that we are no different. We are all human, and love is love. Some people are scared of what appears to be different. If we truly step up and show that we are all the same, this world would be as beautiful as life itself.
Let's take a page out of Harvey Milk's book: if you don't mention "at least one old queer" in your campaign ads against an anti-gay initiative, you've already lost the battle. Perhaps the vote in North Carolina was a foregone conclusion.
On Tuesday, North Carolina voters passed a constitutional amendment that defines marriage exclusively between a man and a
North Carolina voters also will consider candidates for gubernatorial and congressional races. A survey of 1,026 likely Democratic