New GOP leader wants to attract marriage-rights backers

02/3/2009 | PageOneQ · Christian Science Monitor, The

Former Maryland Lt. Gov. Michael Steele, who was just elected as the first black chairman of the Republican Party, is pledging to move the GOP forward by appealing to those who favor equal marriage rights and are pro-choice. "I think that's an important opportunity for us, absolutely," Steele said in a Fox News interview. "Within our party we do have those who have that view."

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