Jim Obergefell of Cincinnati's case before the U. Supreme Court legalized gay marriage nationwide. Today, he endorsed Hillary Clinton's White House bid. The lead plaintiff in this year's landmark U. Supreme Court case that legalized gay marriage nationwide announced Monday that he'll endorse Hillary Clinton's bid for president because of her commitment to fighting discrimination against the lesbian, bisexual, gay and transgender LBGT community. Clinton said in the release that Obergefell "made history and changed America for the better" by taking his case to the U.
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Gay and Lesbian Business Leaders Endorse Hillary Clinton
The offer remains open for Trump. This is the first time a major-party presidential candidate has written an op-ed for an LGBT newspaper. More than half a century ago, at Independence Hall, participants at the first Annual Reminder march picketed, chanted and sang. They did this to show their fellow Philadelphians that the LGBT community lacked fundamental civil rights.
The shores of Long Island are not exactly a proxy for the enthusiasm Mrs. Clinton may find on a nationwide presidential campaign. But among the many gay couples in the crowd, a refrain emerged.