Victoria Kolakowski, who would become the nation's first transgender judge, holds a slight edge over her opponent John Creighton in an Alameda County Superior Court election, the SF Chronicle … [Read more...] about Candidate Who Would be Nation’s First Transgender Judge Holds Slight Edge in California
Democrat Mark Dayton is holding off for now on declaring victory in the Minnesota governor race against anti-gay Republican Tom Emmer, who, as you know, made headlines earlier this year as a recipient … [Read more...] about Tom Emmer to Request Recount in MN Gov Race; Dayton Has Edge
Justice White would have had none of the Republican badmouthing of government. He was, in Ken Starr's words, probably the last believer in the New Deal. And, he's right. Justice White never … [Read more...] about Election 2010: What Would Byron White Think?
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UPDATE: My more complete wrap-up HERE. I'll be posting key races and races of interest to LGBT people here. Not all currently called races are posted. Tune in to our live blog HERE. Refresh this … [Read more...] about 2010 Election Results — Key Called Races
Nate Silver at FiveThirtyEight offers up his final forecast for today's elections: Our forecasting model, which is based on a consensus of indicators including generic ballot polling, polling of … [Read more...] about America’s Shifting House: Nate Silver’s Predictions
The Des Moines Register reveals a new poll which shows the results, perhaps, of the damage done by insidious battering from anti-gay conservatives over marriage equality in the state. See the fuil … [Read more...] about Iowa Voters Split on Removing Justices Over Gay Marriage Ruling