7 Demo candidates to participate in GAY DEBATE

Thursday, August 9 2007
9:00 PM to 11:00 PM

Televised Pres. Candidates forum on Gay Issues

MTV Logo and the Human Rights Campaign Foundation are about to make history.

On August 9, we'll be co-hosting the first ever televised presidential forum dedicated solely to questions about GLBT issues and I'm thrilled to announce that I will join singer Melissa Etheridge and esteemed journalist Jonathan Capehart as panelists!

I'll be there representing you so I need your help.

Click here to tell me what you want to hear by submitting your questions for the candidates!

Information source: HumanRightsCampaign Info on how to watch the forum.


TV guide for LogoOnline

This forum is really exciting for me because you and I will have the opportunity to ask the leading Democratic presidential candidates their stance on issues most important to our community.

Want to know what Senator Clinton really thinks of "Don't Ask, Don't Tell?" Want to hear Senator Obama's thoughts on Hate Crimes legislation, or what Senator Edwards would do to address GLBT workplace discrimination? This is your chance.

We'll have their undivided attention for two hours, so submit your questions today!

This historic two-hour forum, moderated by Margaret Carlson, will be broadcast live on the Logo network and online at the Logo website on Thursday, Aug. 9, starting at 9 p.m. EST.

Confirmed candidates now include:
Hillary Clinton,
Christopher Dodd,
John Edwards,
Mike Gravel,
Dennis Kucinich,
Barack Obama, and
Bill Richardson.

This is our best chance to hear where these candidates stand on GLBT issues. The deadline for submissions is August 1st, so speak up today!

This forum is a testament to the hard work we've done together to keep GLBT issues at the forefront of American politics. Be sure to tune in on August 9. I look forward to your questions and to hearing the candidates' responses.

To find out how to get Logo, click here or watch the forum live on Logo's website.

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