7th November 2012
US 2012: Tammy Baldwin elected as first openly gay US senator 14
2:57 AM — Democrat Tammy Baldwin has become the first openly gay member of the US Senate, beating Republican Tommy Thompson in the senate race for Wisconsin.
US 2012: Mike Huckabee concedes things are not going to plan for Romney 6
2:08 AM — Former governor of Arkansas Mike Huckabee managed to mention the anti-gay fast food chain Chick-fil-A, during an interview about the latest US 2012 presidential exit polls.
6th November 2012
Anti-gay Ohio senate candidate rejected by voters and family 18
10:16 PM — On US election night, Ohio lived up to its reputation for picking a presidential winner, and defeated anti-gay Republican US Senate candidate Josh Mandel at the same time.
Channel 4 backpedals after censoring ‘gay’ from Simpsons’ episode 10
6:58 PM — Channel 4 says it was wrong to edit out the word "gay" from an episode of The Simpsons, which was shown by the UK broadcaster last weekend.
US 2012: LGBT history in the making 17
12:28 PM — Election Day has arrived in the United States with millions of Americans going to the polls to vote for the country’s next president, along with landmark public referendums on equal marriage taking place in four different states.
5th November 2012
US: Chris Kluwe quits blog because of anti-equal marriage editorial 7
11:44 PM — NFL player, Chris Kluwe, has quit his blog at an online daily newspaper, due to an editorial published by the site's editors which, he said, expresses an anti-equal marriage stance which goes against the political neutrality it claims to have.
Republican invokes memory of gay dead brother to blast equal marriage 96
8:50 PM — A Republican state representative in Maine has urged voters in Tuesday’s equal marriage referendum to reject the measure and says even in death, he still disagrees with his late brother’s sexuality.
Poll: LGBT support for Obama on the rise, could carry weight in US election 23
5:02 PM — The number of LGBT voters in favour of Barack Obama, for the US presidential election tomorrow, has risen substantially since two months ago, and could make a difference in the race, which has been very close.
Comment: A Mitt Romney presidential win would be a disaster for LGBT Americans 40
1:20 PM — Writing from the US for Pinknews.co.uk on the eve of Election Day, Laurence Watts makes the case that a Mitt Romney presidency would be a disaster for LGBT rights.
Analysis: US 2012 race draws to a close 2
11:39 AM — Scott Roberts assesses President Obama’s first term as the US heads towards Election Day.
3rd November 2012
US: University accused of pulling fellowship for pro-marriage equality theologian 14
3:30 AM — The University of San Diego has been accused of withdrawing a fellowship which had been offered to a theologian, after it found out she was in favour of marriage equality.
US: San Diego mayoral candidate would be first gay GOP big city leader 4
2:38 AM — Both mayoral candidates for the upcoming mayoral election in the city of San Diego, California, offer a step forward for the city.
2nd November 2012
HRC releases anti-Romney election video 46
9:23 PM — With 3 days to go before the US 2012 Election Day, America’s largest LGBT advocacy group has released an advert that attacks Mitt Romney’s stance on gay rights.
US: Michael Bloomberg endorses Barack Obama for presidential election 2
11:43 AM — On Thursday, New York Mayor, Michael Bloomberg, endorsed Barack Obama for the US presidential election, citing a need for strong leadership, and President Obama's support for equal marriage.
US: Equal marriage advocates rally in Maine ahead of 6 November referendum 1
1:14 AM — Hundreds of people came out to rally in Maine ahead of Monday's referendum on equal marriage, in an attempt to get more people to vote 'yes' on Question 1, which would legalise same-sex marriage in the state.
1st November 2012
US: HRC urges investigation into anti-gay texts 3
12:11 PM — The Human Rights Campaign is taking action over controversial anti-equal marriage text messages.
Governor O’Malley: Equal marriage law has a ‘real shot at prevailing’ in Maryland 9
3:00 AM — Governor Martin O'Malley, a strong supporter of the campaign to legalise equal marriage in the state of Maryland has said he thinks that if it keeps raising money, it is possible that the campaign will succeed.
US: Maryland polls now deadlocked on same-sex marriage decision
2:28 AM — The state of Maryland, which just two weeks ago looked set to become the first US state to legalise same-sex marriage by referendum, is now deadlocked on the issue, polls indicate.
Survey: LGBT retirees have almost a third more in the bank than the overall US population 4
1:30 AM — On average, people from the LGBT community had set aside more money ahead of retirement, and expected to need more money in retirement than the overall population, a study has shown.
31st October 2012
Audio: Rabbi blames Hurricane Sandy on New York’s equal marriage law 40
9:44 PM — If you thought it was just far-right Christian pastors that are keen to blame Hurricane Sandy on America’s growing support for equal marriage, well think again.