With the start of the official qualifying period still five days away, there are at least five openly gay candidates seeking seats in the Georgia General Assembly.
Members of Fred Phelps' Westboro Baptist Church are headed to Atlanta in early May to protest a variety of sites, including Jewish events and three local high schools.
Jason Carter, the grandson of former President Jimmy Carter, picked up Georgia Equality’s endorsement for the open Senate District 42 seat.
Eaves said today he welcomes Norwood’s entry in the race and he plans to defend his record on LGBT issues and other county issues as he seeks another term.
Eaves, a Democrat, said he has not taken a public stance on gay marriage and declined to do so today in an interview with the Georgia Voice.
The Georgia General Assembly is considering cutting all funding for the Georgia Council on the Arts.
Annual dinner honors Bravo’s Andy Cohen, local stars Rep. Simone Bell and Vandy Beth Glenn
Incident with security guard highlights issues trans people face with public bathrooms
Joan Garner says ‘now is time’ to win elected office
Special election for state Senate District 42 set for May 11
Atlanta mayor hopes his actions and record will mend rift from bruising campaign
Six features and two short film collections offer special interest to LGBT viewers