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Denver Republicans cheer Trump, at least publicly

While they publicly applauded the performance of Republican presidential nominee Donald J. Trump in last night’s debate, privately, some Colorado Republicans are ready to...

Video: LGBT Republicans deem Rep. Mike Coffman their “Superfriend” — and...

Face beaming, arms crossed, Rep. Mike Coffman stands proud, his aqua-marine cape blowing in the breeze. His body is a cartoon. His grin is wide....

Not all rainbows for gay Republicans at Western Conservative Summit

On Friday, the Supreme Court made same-sex marriage the law of the land. Gay Republican Jeff Bjorlin said hearing the news that morning was...

Statetap: Colorado GOP shares the table with ousted Log Cabin Republicans

Sharing Space The Colorado GOP is making room at its table at the Western Conservative Summit for the Log Cabin Republicans after conference organizers disinvited...

Statetap: TSA groping scandal: Is manhandling the norm?

Business as usual Two DIA employees set up a scheme to grope passengers during security screenings. But TSA screenings have become so invasive that several passengers...

Colorado civil unions battle a heated all-Republican affair

DENVER-- At a state Senate committee hearing on a same-sex civil unions bill held here Wednesday, a series of witnesses battered Republican lawmakers opposed to the bill, suggesting they were confused in their ideology, nonstrategic in their thinking and enslaved to an outdated anti-gay "hateful bigoted mantra." The harsh criticism came not from Democrats and their allies but from Republicans testifying in favor of the bill on the basis of conservative principles and out of partisan interest in the future success of the party.

Gay activists urge Republicans not to support anti-gay candidates

The National Stonewall Democrats, the “national voice of LGBT Democrats” have launched a campaign urging gay and lesbian Republicans to not support “anti-LGBT GOP presidential candidates.”

Republican LGBT influence will not be tolerated, warns FRC

After being tipped off by a recent Washington Blade article about GOP LGBT groups’ attempts to influence the Republican Party platform at the 2012 Republican National Convention in Tampa, Fla., Family Research Council President Tony Perkins says those groups should expect a fight.

GOP gay group wants meeting with Bachmann

A group of gay conservatives have expressed concern over Michele Bachmann’s positions on gay rights. GOProud, a group of LGBT activists more conservative than the Log Cabin Republicans, hopes to defeat President Barack Obama in 2012 and is seeking audiences with all GOP candidates. But it’s Bachmann’s “big government” position on a federal constitutional amendment banning marriage for same-sex couples that has its members concerned

Huntsman in race for GOP presidential nod, team trying to find...

Former Utah Gov. Jon Huntsman is officially in the race for the GOP nomination for president and he’s already running into controversy. In a report on Politico, reporter Maggie Haberman reports Huntsman fundraising team is already trying to raise money from gay donors.
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