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Jun 12, 2022

[Answer] In 1971, who became the first openly gay candidate for U.S. Congress?

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...Frank Kameny ran for Congress to represent the District of Columbia in a non-voting capacity, but was defeated in the face by Walter E. Fauntroy. Nonetheless, his campaign broke boundaries as he was the first openly gay person to run for Congress. Following the campaign, Kameny went on to found the Gay and Lesbian Alliance of Washington, D.C. and become one of the leading figures of the national LGBTQ+ rights cause.




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Frank Kameny:


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