LGBT Forum Becomes Visible Vote ’08

August 4, 2007 at 9:21 am Leave a comment

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More details HRC/Logo presidential forum on LGBT issues are coming to light including the fact that Christopher Dodd has dropped out of the forum because of scheduling conflicts. You can see the forum on Logo on August 9th beginning at 9pm EST.

A new site has been created for the the forum now called The Visible Vote ’08 which features blog posts on the candidates and issues along with commentaries from lesbian tennis champ Billy Jean King, Rod McCullom of Rod 2.0 and Richard Kim from The Nation.

The panelists which include journalist Jonathan Capehart, Margret Carlson, HRC President Joe Solmonese and Melissa Etheridge will ask questions submitted by voters. So far, about 3,000 questions have been sent in. You can submit your question to the candidates here.

Also, check out the banner ad from dating site Chemistry.com running on the on the forum site saying that they welcome gay Republicans. Its pretty funny, particularly in light of the Republican candidates running from the gays as though we were a plague.

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Entry filed under: 2008 Election, Advocacy, Barack Obama, Bill Richardson, Blogs, Campaigns, Chris Dodd, Democrats, Dennis Kucinich, Hillary Clinton, John Edwards, LGBT, Liberals, Politics.

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