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Vote for acceptance. Know the facts about LGBT issues this election. | January 7, 2016 This election year, GLAAD is offering a series of resources about LGBT-related policy and legal issues for both voters and the media professionals who inform them.
Republican leaders ask potential GOP presidential candidates to avoid anti-gay attacks | February 4, 2015

While speaking on a panel called "Marriage Equality and the Republican Party" last night, three Republican leaders signed a resolution urging Republican presidential candidates to avoid anti-gay attacks during the 2016 election. Political columnist and television host Meghan McCain, Log Cabin Republican Executive Director, Gregory T. Angelo and the first openly gay candidate to run for President, Fred Karger signed the "St. Louis Resolution" in front of an audience at Graham Chapel at Washington University in St. Louis, Missouri.

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