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From Tuesday to Tomorrow: Gay conservatives hope to teach Election Day’s lessons

It wasn’t long after the first polls closed on the East Coast on election night that Republicans knew something was wrong.

First Michigan was called for President Barack Obama, the same state where Mitt Romney’s father, George Romney, served as a popular governor during the 1960s. Then Pennsylvania also went to Obama, despite a last-ditch effort by the Romney campaign that had the Republican nominee in the state just hours before the polls closed. Read more