The 2012 Election not only puts the LGBT-friendly Obama administration’s prospects into question, but at least 10 states are struggling with marriage equality as a major issue--many of them battlegrounds in the presidential race. Stay with EDGE for continuous coverage throughout 2012!
During his concession speech in Boston, Massachusetts, Mitt Romney congratulated President Obama for his re-election and thanked his supporters telling them "this election is over, but our principles endure."
President Barack Obama faces a new urgent task now that he has a second term, working with a status-quo Congress to address an impending financial crisis that economists say could send the country back into recession.
EDGE Media Network reached out to the nation’s LGBT organizations before Election Day to ask what they wanted to see from the new president, from HIV funding to protection of service members and seniors, to combating homelessness and bullying.
It turned out that Americans who cast ballots looked collectively much more like what President Barack Obama had envisioned - a diverse tapestry that reflected a changing America - than the whiter, older electorate Mitt Romney had banked on.
Two fierce competitors who’ve given their all, President Barack Obama and Republican Mitt Romney now yield center stage to voters Tuesday for an Election Day choice that will frame the contours of government and the nation for years to come.
Fla. State Senator Marco Rubio’s and former Ark. Governor Mike Huckabee’s anti marriage equality robocalls .
Gay marriage, climate change, global warming or gun control did not come up during the presidential debates.
The Log Cabin Republicans, a Republican gay rights group, announced on Tuesday that they will endorsee Mitt Romney for president just weeks before voting takes place.
Wading into an explosive social issue, Republican Mitt Romney on Tuesday said he would not pursue any abortion-related legislation if elected president.
Although Paul Singer support same-sex marriage and LGBT rights, the Wall Street hedge-fund manager has been influential with the GOP and is determined to get Mitt Romney elected this November.
Some black clergy see no good presidential choice between a Mormon candidate and one who supports gay marriage, so they are telling their flocks to stay home on Election Day.
Finally, the fall season offers the matchup sure to attract the biggest audience of the campaign: President Barack Obama going one-on-one with Republican Mitt Romney in three prime-time debates.
President Barack Obama’s fall mission: Remind voters why they chose him in the first place, hope the economy doesn’t get worse - and paint Mitt Romney as an unacceptable alternative.
The Democratic National Convention is a watershed event for America’s gay rights movement, which never before has been embraced so warmly by a major political party.
First Lady Michelle Obama’s message to the American people was simple and clearcut: President Barack Obama is just like you.
Democrats open their national convention in defense of a president who carries both the power and the burden of incumbency, offering President Barack Obama as the best choice to revive the ragged U.S. economy.
Democrats unveiled a party platform at their national convention Monday that echoes President Barack Obama’s call for higher taxes on wealthier Americans while backing same-sex marriage and abortion rights.
They’re the political world’s newest odd couple: Mitt Romney and Paul Ryan are bound by substance, but differ dramatically in style.
Vice President Joe Biden told LGBT activists in Provincetown, Mass., that they are improving civil rights for everyone in the country and said they are "freeing the soul of the American people."
The GOP’s platform opposes all gay unions. FRC President Tony Perkins brags that he wrote the statement. Among the blowback: Playboy founder Hugh Hefner, who says the fight for gay marriage is a ’fight for all our rights.’
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