Thursday, October 23, 2008

Morning Sweep (PM edition)

Gay City News reviews our Fall Dinner in two parts: first, Governor Paterson; then Whoopi.

Gay City News also posts endorsements in a number of State Senate races across the state.

The North Carolina Republican Party sent out a hateful mail piece attacking U.S. Senate candidate Kay Hagan (who polls have as leading in her efforts to unseat incumbent Elizabeth Dole) for being pro-LGBT.

Queerty Editor Andrew Belonsky sits down and chats with Congregation Beth Simchat Torah's (the nation's largest LGBT synagogue) Head Rabbi Sharon Kleinbaum.

The Court of Appeals, New York State’s highest court, has ruled that the Episcopal diocese has ownership of a church building that housed a congregation that broke away from the National Church after openly gay Bishop Gene Robinson was ordained in 2003.

Staten Island’s LGBT Community Center is hosting a forum tonight to inform the local community about how they can be better-informed voters in these important elections.

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