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Openly gay politicians

Ken Mehlman is the latest Republican to come out of the closet -- and admit to some tension between his sexuality and his party's ideology. Here are some other Republicans who have come out of the closet.

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GOP's dilemma on gay rights: Win over advocates, or risk losing its base?
Article | When Sen. John Cornyn (R-Tex.) agreed to attend a fundraising dinner in Washington for the Log Cabin Republicans, many social conservatives were outraged. The group has long urged the GOP to be more accepting of gay rights, and some Republicans worried that the appearance by Cornyn, a party leade...
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GOP's dilemma on gay rights: Win over advocates, or risk losing its base?
Article | When Sen. John Cornyn (R-Tex.) agreed to attend a fundraising dinner in Washington for the Log Cabin Republicans, many social conservatives were outraged. The group has long urged the GOP to be more accepting of gay rights, and some Republicans worried that the appearance by Cornyn, a party leade...
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Ken Mehlman and the same-sex marriage debate
Article | Supporters of same-sex marriage have a new and unexpected advocate: Ken Mehlman, a former chairman of the Republican National Committee and manager of President George W. Bush's 2004 reelection campaign.

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