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Published on January 30th, 2013

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D.C. Elects First Openly Gay Republican Party Leaders



On Tuesday, Republicans in the District of Columbia elected two openly gay party members to the posts of national committeeman and committeewoman.

Robert “Bob” Kabel and Jill Homan will officially take their positions in September at the conclusion of the 2012 Republican Convention. When they do, the District will be the only jurisdiction with two openly gay GOP committee members.

For the past seven years the District has been home to the only openly gay member of the RNC. Since 2005, Kabel has been serving as the Chairman of the D.C. GOP. His tenure as chair is set to expire in January 2013.

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One Response to D.C. Elects First Openly Gay Republican Party Leaders

  1. Jazzizhep says:

    “The state-of-the-art 80,000-seat Cowboys Stadium was built partly using tax-free borrowing by the City of Arlington, Texas”

    What is tax-free borrowing? If you are “taxed” when you borrow money I suggest you find another lender.

    Cowboys Stadium was built the same way The Ballpark in Arlington (home of Texas Rangers) was built–approved sales tax hike through a referendum. The loan the city acquired (not sure if it was the nonsensical tax-free kind) was paid back early and the sales tax reverted to pre-ballpark levels until a new referendum was approved for Cowboys Stadium. Now the city of Arlington receives millions of dollars each year through direct sales tax and the indirect benefits of having 40,000 ppl eat, drink, work, and slumber near the ballpark.

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