Wednesday, January 9, 2008

Morning Sweep

Hillary Clinton and John McCain won in New Hampshire's primary elections yesterday. And the mayor of West Hollywood is endorsing Barack Obama.

The Advocate's News Editor Kerry Eleveld offers some thoughts on the presidential primary process and how Democratic candidates have communicated with LGBT voters.

A group of clergy from various Christian denominations met yesterday in Albany to discuss same-sex marriage.

Log Cabin Republicans went to New Hampshire to plug into the primary excitement--and got a less-than-friendly reception from a Mitt Romney staffer.

Indiana's Democrat-controlled state House is the one body that's holding up a statewide vote on a constitutional amendment banning same-sex marriage. Indiana already has a DOMA, and statewide support for a constitutional ban is steadily declining.

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