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Symington nabs endorsement

The Human Rights Campaign, the nation’s largest lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender civil rights organization, has endorsed Democrat Gaye Symington for governor.

“The Human Rights Campaign is proud to endorse Gaye Symington, a proven champion for LGBT equality, in her campaign to become governor of Vermont,” said Human Rights Campaign National Field Director Marty Rouse. “Gaye has consistently been a strong advocate for LGBT equality, and her election as Governor will be an important step toward making full equal rights a reality for all Vermonters.”

In this case it was not necessarily networking in Denver and D.C. that nabbed her the endorsement. Before joining the Human Rights Campaign, Rouse, a former Vermont resident, worked to re-elect members of the Vermont House and Senate who voted for civil unions legislation in 2000.

- Terri Hallenbeck

How'd that work for you in 2000? Seems to me many of the bums were thrown out.
23 loney Bi.
I'm big into the outdoors, and sports. i seem to never rest work two jobs and i hate sitting around with nothing to do. up for anything once and twice if i like it. photo http://BisexualCenter.com Hope to meet you for some fun time.
Ya gotta love the juvenile gibberish and brain-dead bigotry of nameless gop-slime nitwits who appear to forget that the VT gop-scum society candidate for AG is one Karen Kerin.

No, she's not runnin' on the ask pat party slate, she's runnin' as a gop. Again.

After all, she did best Dennis Carver in the gop-slime scum fest '08 primary election fair and square, so to speak.

I could make this stuff up, but thanks to you clueless-cretins, I don't have to. You nameless nitwits save me precious seconds each and every day and I thank ya for it.

Say goodnight, greasy.
Is Gaye Symington really the best we Democrats can do?
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