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04/20/2010

Citizen who no longer heads organization endorses candidate from state where he doesn't reside

by Jeremy Hooper

Unfortunately for gays, there is no announced LGBT rights candidate in the entire Indiana Senate race at this point. Democrat Brad Ellsworth has a horrible record, scoring only a 30 on the Human Rights Campaign's rank of congressional members. That's barely above Dobson numbers! It seems that even with the (D) in IN, we and our rights (R) pretty much OUT.

Mellencamp? You want this thing?

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