With less than 50 days before the general election, the Human Rights Campaign has opened its election center.
HRC, the largest LGBT civil rights group in the country, says the center is a “a one-stop shop for everything you need to know about taking action for equality in the 2012 elections.”
The organization’s PAC endorsed Barack Obama for re-election in May 2011, more than a year before the Republican primary process yielded a candidate.
HRC said the center is a resource for with questions: “Not convinced that Mitt Romney and Paul Ryan represent a leap backward for LGBT Americans' full equality? Do you need to register to vote? Are you looking for more information about pro-equality candidates?”
The center also provides a guide to the ballot measures on marriage in Maryland, Washington, Maine and Minnesota.
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