SFGN has decided to reprint the endorsements of the League of Women Voters to help our readers wade through the many amendments on this year’s ballot, some of which are very confusing.
Dolphin Democrats, the LGBT democratic group of Broward County, held its annual membership meeting and elections Wednesday. They also revealed their upcoming endorsements, and featured several guest speakers.
Two years ago,County Clerk Kim Davis denied David Ermold a marriage license because he was gay. Now, he’s back at the Rowan County courthouse with a different agenda: To take Davis’s position.
A milestone has just been passed here in Wilton Manors. This event snuck by us very quietly and without much fanfare. Dazed over by the daily onslaught of election news, most residents remain confused and unaware of this historic event here in our city.
There was big news out of Texas last week.
(WB) Exit polling on Election Day 2018 revealed striking data about the strength of LGBT voters, demonstrating that they constitute a sizable 6 percent chunk of the electorate and overwhelmingly support the Democratic Party.
I went out on a limb the other day and predicted that Hillary Clinton would win the election.
As the first returns in Minnesota’s Second Congressional District began to emerge Tuesday night, it looked as if lesbian businesswoman Angie Craig would lose –a second time— to a former talk show host who once compared LGBT people to criminals.
Some state legislatures have passed photo identification laws to combat alleged voter fraud. These laws could affect transgender voting rights. Many transgender people have great difficulty in updating their Identification (ID) documents.
(AP) After weeks of competing claims of fraud and intimidation on Election Day, few voters who headed to the polls early Tuesday encountered problems, though there were some long lines.