Caucus seeks record number of LGBT convention delegates
Buckley warns anti-LGBT measures won't play well in N.H. primary
Wasserman Schultz notes, ‘No offense to gay men in the room’
Failed to bridge a $30,000 budget gap by Dec. 31
Stacie Laughton served four months in jail in 2008 for a credit card fraud conviction
Stacie Laughton plans to step down after a newspaper reported she pleaded guilty to credit card fraud.
Stacie Laughton will represent Nashua in the state House of Representatives; gay men also elected to state Senate and Executive Council.
Hassan, Lamontagne in close battle
Chris Pappas said sexual orientation “not an issue”
National Stonewall Democrats honor Barney Frank