Jimmy LaSalvia

Jimmy LaSalvia and Christopher R. Barron, the founders of a gay conservative lobbying group that styled itself after the
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Tthe co-founder of the conservative gay group GOProud, which made headlines in recent years after it was banned from the annual Conservative Political Action Conference, lashed out at the GOP days after announcing he's left the Republican Party, having registered as an Independent.
Former GOProud founder says GOP wants to change, but doesn't have a backbone: “Intellectually, they know that the party has
On Monday last, Jimmy LaSalvia, who co-founded the U.S. Republican LGBT group, GOProud, announced on his website that he has left the Republican Party, and has become independent.
Jimmy LaSalvia, the executive director of GOProud, which represents conservatives in favor of gay marriage, was among those
Opponents of gay rights spoke to a nearly empty room, while supporters had a standing room-only crowd. “We cannot be at war
“I’m embarrassed to call myself a Republican right now,” Jimmy LaSalvia, co-founder and president of the gay conservative
Niger Innis and Zach Carter join Abby from CPAC to give us the latest and talk about what the conference symbolizes.
When Dan Savage, the gay-rights advocate and sex columnist known for his brand of straight talk, is angry, don't expect him
The members of the pro-gay rights conservative organization were dropped from the CPAC bill after the uproar that ensued
"I really don't have a view on [the group's absence]," Reed told The Huffington Post. "I was here last year when they were
"I don't believe Michele Bachmann's husband is gay -- I don't think you'd [Michele Bachmann] run for president -- I think
Between updates he made on his Twitter feed and an interview he gave to The Huffington Post’s Sam Stein, the co-founder and
2010-09-27-GOPROUD.jpg According to GOProud's executive director Jimmy LaSalvia, over a million gay people voted Republican in 2008. His group aims to increase that number.