Early voting began today — so this post is a day late — but below is what I believe to be a comprehensive list of links to candidate endorsements by Texas LGBT groups in the Nov. 4 General Election.
Back in August I reported that the ex-wife of anti-gay leader Jonathan Saenz left him for a woman.
Jones made the comments to USA Today Sports’ Nancy Armour following the Cowboys’ win over the New York Giants on Sunday.
Republican Attorney General Greg Abbott, who is vigorously defending Texas’ same-sex marriage ban in court, says he’s unsure whether he would have defended a similar prohibition on interracial marriage had he been in office 50 years ago.
Saturday is National Coming Out Day, and the Wendy Davis campaign plans to mark the occasion with “Out f0r Wendy” day of action events in seven cities across the state.
Texas Attorney General Greg Abbott says if a 10-year-old girl asked him whether her two dads should be allowed to marry, he’d respond by saying that he’s been married to his wife for more than 33 years.
GOP state Rep. Matt Krause links same-sex marriage to cancer, says it should be banned because of the Phoenix Suns.
State Sen. Dan Patrick, the Republican nominee for lieutenant governor, says he believes gays and lesbians should have equal rights — but should not be allowed to marry.
The Democratic candidate for Texas attorney general believes Texas’ same-sex marriage ban is unconstitutional and wouldn’t have appealed a federal judge’s decision striking down the law.
The Dallas City Council has removed any doubt about whether transgender city employees are protected against discrimination.