has endorsed 11 candidates in the current election cycle, including one for mayor and seven others for the Atlanta City Council. But it's sitting out the competitive District 6 race. READ MORE »
If you wondered whether endorsements from Atlanta-based gay rights groups are coveted by candidates, take the case of Amir Farokhi's
bid for the Atlanta City Council At-Large Post 2 seat. READ MORE »
Anne Fauver, who has yet to speak out publicly about the Sept. 10 police raid at the Eagle, did find an issue important enough for her to discuss with the public: Taxi cabs trolling Atlanta's streets. READ MORE »
A group of gay Democrats backed Kasim Reed's mayoral bid Friday, endorsing the former state senator along with four openly gay candidates in race across metro Atlanta. READ MORE »
The event was classic retail politics in a race that is anything but typical. So it goes on the campaign trail for the District 6 post on the Atlanta City Council. READ MORE »
The races for mayor and the District 6 post on the Atlanta City Council may be grabbing most of the political bandwidth, but there is an interesting school board race brewing. READ MORE »
sensing his campaign for the Atlanta City Council might be stepping off a cliff, took pains Tuesday to wrap a tourniquet around a wound festering since last week. READ MORE »
true to the grassroots activism that fueled his fight against crime and now his mayoral campaign, was at his house Saturday greeting guests, collecting donations and sticking on wristbands. READ MORE »
The District 6 race for the Atlanta City Council—already a hodgepodge of six candidates
gay and straight—is heating up. There's an ethics complaint, campaign sniping and threats of a lawsuit. READ MORE »
Lesbian and longtime community activist Simone Bell officially launched her campaign for the state House earlier this week in the heart of the district she hopes to soon represent. READ MORE »
How exactly did Kyle Keyser, the only gay man in the mayoral race, get the money to go from grassroots crime-fighting activist to full-fledged candidate in just two days? READ MORE »
About 20 gay folks crashed the Atlanta City Council's Public Safety Committee meeting Tuesday to amplify the growing chorus of criticism over the police department's Sept. 10 raid
of the Eagle. READ MORE »
picked up the endorsement of the Georgia Log Cabin Republicans,
the second gay group to back his City Council president bid this week. READ MORE »
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Citing her track record on LGBT issues, Georgia Equality on Tuesday endorsed Lisa Borders for mayor. The group also backed Ceasar Mitchell for Atlanta City Council president. READ MORE »
State Rep. Karla Drenner, the only openly lesbian member of the Georgia General Assembly, has a new man. Figuratively, of course. Drenner endorsed Kasim Reed’s bid for mayor
on Thursday. READ MORE »
Lesbian candidate Simone Bell
is cranking up her campaign for the District 58 post in the Georgia House, picking up endorsements and readying for two upcoming fundraisers. READ MORE »
Kyle Keyser, the gay activist-turned-candidate for Mayor of Atlanta, has officially qualified for the race. He filed to run at City Hall on Friday (photo) after raising the $4,425 fee through online social networks. READ MORE »
Community organizer and gay crime fighter Kyle Keyser is building on the anti-crime tempest he tapped into this year and now wants to take it to Atlanta City Hall. READ MORE »
Two gay candidates in metro Atlanta picked up endorsements from the Washington, D.C.-based Gay & Lesbian Victory Fund on Thursday.
Simone Bell (photo), a lesbian seeking the District 58 post in the state House, and Eric Morrow, a gay man running for the East Point City Council, were among eight new endorsements
issued by the group. Bell and Morrow join three other gay candidates in metro Atlanta that also have the nod from the Victory Fund.
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What's said in May can easily be retracted in August. That's the lesson Kevin Hudson offers this week.
The gay East Point resident dropped out of the race for the Ward A At-Large post on the council after saying in May he would run. Hudson was appointed to the council in May 2007 when the incumbent, Gregory Fann Sr., was suspended during an investigation over his use of city resources. Hudson served about two years and became the council's second openly gay member, joining Lance Rhodes.
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