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Deaths • 11.04.11

John “Spanke” Studer was born in Beattie, Kansas on April 10, 1955 to Ted and Margaret Studer, and died peacefully at his home on Oct. 31, at the age of 56. Studer was an active member of the Cathedral of Hope in Dallas,...

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Rawlings campaign staffer declares victory

It doesn’t take a CEO to decipher these numbers. Mike Rawlings chats with campaign staffer Paula Blackmon on the patio of the Meddlesome Moth a few moments ago. Just arrived at the Meddlesome Moth in the Design District,...

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FEEDBACK: Why I’m supporting Kunkle

Why I’m supporting Kunkle Thank you for the in-depth expose on the three major mayoral candidates (“Decision in Dallas,” Dallas Voice, April 8). While there are different opinions regarding the candidates, David Kunkle is...

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Local Briefs

CCGLA surveys candidates, sets meet-and-greet events As municipal elections approach, the Collin County Gay & Lesbian Alliance has sent an online survey to city council, school board and mayoral candidates in Allen, Frisco,...

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Your daily dose of Joel Burns

Ever since his “It Gets Better” speech, it seems not a day (or even an hour) goes by that we don’t hear something new about openly gay Fort Worth City Councilman Joel Burns. Today’s news comes from...

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Cicilline becomes 4th gay member of Congress

The Gay & Lesbian Victory Fund is reporting that Providence Mayor David Cicilline has won his race for Congress in Rhode Island. “Mayor Cicilline will be a strong advocate for all Rhode Islanders, but he will also be an...

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Gay Congressman Barney Frank re-elected

Barney Frank More good news from the Gay & Lesbian Victory Fund. Congressman Barney Frank, D-Mass., has been re-elected despite a strong challenge from Tea Party-backed Republican Sean Bielat. “Barney Frank is nothing if not...

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Kentucky’s 2nd-largest city elects gay mayor

Jim Gray Our first big gay result from Election Night is in. Lexington, Kentucky’s second-largest city, has elected an openly gay mayor: From GayPolitics.com: Vice-Mayor Jim Gray was victorious tonight in his second...

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Target CEO apologizes. Is it enough?

Target CEO Gregg Steinhafel apologized Thursday in a letter to employees for the company’s $150,000 contribution to MN Forward, a business group that is backing anti-gay gubernatorial candidate Tom Emmer. The Associated...

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