Out candidates harness outsider status

08/17/2010 | Advocate, The

Openly LGBT political newcomers and challengers have a better chance of being elected to office this year because incumbency and experience are not necessarily advantages, according to this article. "Everyone I talk to tells me they want a legislator who will roll up their sleeves and deliver," said Bryce Bennett, an openly gay 25-year-old running for a seat in the Montana House.

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