I came very close to quitting my job for the Bush-Cheney '04 campaign. I seriously considered packing up my office and heading home to Colorado.
It wasn't a secret that I was gay. I'd come out to my parents during my junior year of high school, on the day that I also wrecked the family car.
John Kerry didn't out me, nor did he offend or attack me by calling me a lesbian. I certainly couldn't be offended by the truth.
Campaigning in Wyoming is politics at its most retail level. It's done one voter at a time.
I didn't know that President Bush would endorse a constitutional amendment banning same-sex marriage.
I'm not sure when I first knew that I was gay.
It won't take 40 years for opposition to same-sex marriage to dissipate.
It's always better to deliver the news yourself rather than allow your boss to be surprised.
In the 1980s, there weren't a lot of role models for gay teenagers.
I'm probably a little more like my dad. But because of my mom, I never saw being a woman as being an impediment to being able to do something. She had her Ph.D. before I was born.
There are millions of gay people in the United States, including well-known celebrities.
Heather and I decided we were going to be pretty low-key at the convention.
I always knew that there was something that made me different, and by the time I was in high school, I understood what it was.
After being sworn in to office, vice presidents have usually been relegated to the sidelines, where they just don't get to do very much.
Early numbers are always wrong.
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