Bil Browning

New LGBT for Obama blog launches

Filed By Bil Browning | August 19, 2008 2:00 PM | comments

Filed in: Politics, Site News
Tags: Barack Obama, best gay bloggers, election 2008, gay bloggers, LGBT for Obama, new gay blog

I'm proud to announce that several Bilerico Project contributors (including myself) have been invited to blog at the new LGBT for Obama blog. The site launched yesterday and will be a clearinghouse for Obama-related LGBT news and opinion. You'll be able to donate to the campaign, get the latest news, and find like-minded folks who also want to make a difference this election cycle.

Bilerico contributors who are taking part include: Waymon Hudson for Bilerico-Florida, Pam Spaulding for Pam's House Blend, Cathy Renna from Renna Communications, Terrance Heath for Republic of T, Marti Abernathey for Transadvocate, and myself. Plus, contributor Michael Crawford will be the Managing Editor of the site!

Other bloggers participating are: John Aravosis for AMERICAblog, Andres Duque from Blabbeando, David Mixner of, Jeremy Hooper for Good As You, Bilerico alumni Mike Rogers from PageOneQ, Rod McCollum of Rod 2.0, Michelangelo Signorile for The Gist, Andy Towle from Towleroad and bloggers from Barack Obama's blog, The Huffington Post, Obama Pride, and The Daily Voice.


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