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Gay rights group hailed for election role

Democrats say work key to party gains

By Susan Milligan
Globe Staff / January 13, 2007

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WASHINGTON -- The Human Rights Campaign, one of the nation's leading gay political organizations, played a quiet but pivotal role electing Democrats at the federal and local level in November, a startling turnaround for a group whose demands for gay marriage helped defeat Democratic candidates in 2004, according to party leaders and lawmakers. (Full article: 926 words)

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