Live-Blogging Election 2012: The Candidates Who Made Rape a Campaign Issue

Rape is not a subject that should be discussed flippantly or lightly.  It shouldn’t be down-played.  It shouldn’t be brushed off.

And yet, in the last few months we have seen a lot of crap being espoused from (mostly) men from (mostly) the right.  It is inexcusable, and we shouldn’t stand for it.

What with it being election day and all, let’s take a trip down Memory Lane and relive these horrifying moments in GOP rhetoric.  I have decided to use intentionally unflattering pictures of them so they learn their lesson: You denigrate my gender, you get unflattering pictures of you posted on blogs you probably don’t read.  (Booyah.) [Read more...]

Live-Blogging Election 2012: The Marriage Equality Ballot Measures

As the election results come in across the country, I will be following and reporting on how voters decide on same-sex marriage in Maine, Maryland, Minnesota, and Washington. I’ll also be reporting on the last-minute campaign efforts here in Washington while I volunteer with Washington United for Marriage. [Read more...]

Live-Blogging Election 2012: The Atheists Running for Congress

There are two candidates running for Congress tonight who are open atheists. I’ll be covering the results of their elections all night. Keep refreshing this page for more information! [Read more...]

If You Support Marriage Equality, Here’s How You Should Vote

It’s time!

In this historical election, four states are voting on the rights of same-sex couples to marry. We’ll have more extensive coverage of the results in each state later tonight on this site.

The terms are slightly different in each state, so if you’re voting in one of these four states, here’s a quick breakdown of what each marriage measure means: [Read more...]

Final Gallup Poll Shows Those with ‘No Religion’ Favoring Obama 67% – 26% Over Romney

While the electoral college results are ultimately all that matters, it’s interesting to note that, according to Gallup, those without religion prefer President Obama over Mitt Romney 67% to 26%: [Read more...]


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