LGBT politicians break barriers across US in historic election wins

Washington (AFP) – When Brianna Titone first ran for a seat in the Colorado House of Representatives, she was viewed as an unlikely candidate, and her opponents didn’t bother to say much about her being a transgender woman. But after winning the seat in an upset and becoming the first transgender legislator in state history, a rival lawmaker voiced robocalls claiming Titone “wants to force a radical sexual agenda on every Coloradan.” When she held campaign events, people began shouting expletives from passing cars.  Yet that didn’t stop voters in Titone’s suburban Denver district from giving h…

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