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|Comprehensive 2010 election coverage|
|Written by Staff|
|Friday, 29 October 2010 09:07|
The GA Voice takes an in-depth look at the midterm elections, from local to state and national-level races.
We profile candidates running for local, state and national levels and where they stand on LGBT issues. Included are profiles on candidates for Georgia Governor, U.S. Senate, Lieutenant Governor, Fulton County Commission, Attorney General, Secretary of State and many more...
Congressmen John Lewis and Hank Johnson are expected to win re-election on November 2nd.
Local challengers try to unseat gay-friendly Republicans in the Georgia General Assembly.
Tim Riley, a gay mental health counselor who lives in Athens, is trying to become Georgia's first openly-gay state legislator.
We highlight Georgia Equality, Stonewall Democrats and Log Cabin Republican endorsements ahead of the 2010 midterm elections.
Our Web Manager urges voters to support candidates that will support the LGBT community while in office.
Editor Laura Douglas-Brown says that Roy Barnes might not be the best candidate for LGBT issues, but Nathan Deal is far worse.
State Rep. Simone Bell reminds readers of the importance of the coming election, including redistricting and amendments.
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