Campaign Appeal

Christian, Bruce
August 2010
Echo Magazine;8/5/2010, Vol. 21 Issue 23, p16
In this article, the author reflects on the way the U.S. Senate candidates, who will represent Arizona, respond and reach out to the LGBT community. He avers that among the four candidates including John Dougherty, Rodney Glassman, Randy Parraz, and Cathy Eden, only Dougherty reached out to "Echo" magazine, a magazine representing the LGBT community, to talk about his candidacy. He also shares the difficulties that Dougherty endured in contacting the other candidates.


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