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Gay Ally Kathy Hochul Heads to Congress

By Charlotte Robinson, May 25, 2011
A new ally for marriage equality & the repeal of
"Don't Ask, Don't Tell" has won election to the U.S.
Congress with an upset victory that has been called
for Democrat Kathy Hochul against Republican
Jane Corwin in New York's 26th District. With 91 %
of precincts reporting, Hochul was winning the race
48 % to 42 % with Tea Party candidate Jack Davis
garnering 9 % of the vote. The special election was the
result of former Rep. Chris Lee (R-N.Y.) resigning in
February when shirtless photos he sent to a woman
surfaced online. We just love these stories....:)
Congrats Kathy, New York State & America!!
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1 comment:

Kathy Hochul said...

I don’t think the federal government should involve itself on issues of who can marry whom, that needs to be determined by the states. I believe everyone should be afforded equal rights under federal law. I do support the civil institution of marriage for gay couples, with absolutely no requirements placed on religious institutions. Gay men and women, who want to fight to defend our freedom, should be allowed to serve openly in the U.S. military.

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