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The fall calendar this year is shaping up to be an especially busy time for LGBT donors and nonprofits.
Being social is baked into the job description for local politicians, who in addition to attending numerous meetings have a full calendar of civic engagements, neighborhood events, and constituent outreach.
In a stunning rout in the race for seats on the Alameda County Democratic Central Committee, just one person among the top 10 executive leaders overseeing the East Bay Democratic Party won their bid for reelection on the March 3 primary ballot.
Based on the outcomes of the state Assembly and Senate March 3 primary races, California's Legislative LGBTQ Caucus is set to make historic gains come the November election.
Two transgender women for the first time have been elected to local party posts in San Francisco.
After county elections officials posted an updated tally Tuesday afternoon, gay Sacramento City Councilman Steve Hansen conceded that he had lost his bid for election to a third term as the new vote count showed he had fallen further behind his opponent.
After county elections officials posted an updated tally late Friday afternoon, gay Sacramento City Councilman Steve Hansen remains in second place in his bid for election to a third term.
The number of LGBT judges in California will increase by at least one next year as Alameda County will gain a gay or lesbian judge.
San Diego is poised to elect the first LGBT mayor of one of the Golden State's largest cities this November after the commanding finish by gay state Assemblyman Todd Gloria in Tuesday's mayoral primary.
For the first time since she was elected to Congress in 1987, House Speaker Nancy Pelosi (D-San Francisco) will face a progressive Democratic challenger in November for her 12th Congressional District seat.
San Francisco voters liked the citywide propositions on the March 3 primary election ballot, and it looks like most, if not all of them, will pass.
Progressive candidates are leading in the races for three open judicial seats on the San Francisco Superior Court that were on the March 3 primary ballot, but at least one race has a close margin as election-watchers await more results.