At a Glance:Bo Shuff has been a Project Contributor since September 2008, has written 32 entries and currently lives in Columbus, OH.
Bo has spent the last eight years on the front of both electoral and advocacy politics. From being a member of the Gore election team in Florida in 2000 to being on the staff of HRC from the Lawrence decision through the 2006 Marriage Amendments, Bo somehow finds himself engaged in some of the hottest political fights.
Bo brings a slightly different perspective to the Bilerico Project with his involvement with the Bear community. Finding acceptance as a Democrat after growing up in Orange County, CA was almost as challenging as finding acceptance within the gay community as someone more favorable to a burger and fries than anything made of tofu.
He and his partner of six years live in Columbus, OH.
Bo Shuff: Recently Filed
Here in the Buckeye State we are gearing up (already) for the 2010 elections. So far we have a contested U.S Senate primary between one fully LGBT supportive candidate, Jennifer Brunner and one who "is open to the idea" -...Read More
The ACLU posted on their Facebook page that the Senate Judiciary Committee will hold a hearing Wednesday at 10:00am entitled "Oversight of the U.S. Department of Justice." This would be a great time for Attorney General Eric Holder to answer...Read More
I want to go back to the fundraiser that sparked this conversation with Ohio Democratic Party Chairman Chris Redfern. The event itself is not the issue. I commend Equality Ohio Campaign Fund for actually doing something. To have a high...Read More
This is an ongoing series that began at Bears Left. This is part three and was originally published on May 18th. Further posts will be simultaneous. Today I sat down with Chris Redfern, Chairman of the Ohio Democratic Party to...Read More
This is an ongoing series that began at Bears Left. This is part two and was originally published on May 11th. Part 3 will appear here on Thursday. The organizations that speak for us have the highest of responsibility. Even...Read More