Guest Host: Marc Fisher

Republicans in D.C. have a long history of welcome LGBTQ members. But what does inclusion look like in today's political climate?

Republicans in D.C. have a long history of welcome LGBTQ members. But what does inclusion look like in today's political climate?

10 percent of D.C. residents identify as lesbian, gay, bisexual or transgender ––higher than any U.S. state. And while many Washingtonians champion diversity within that community, others think that inclusivity has limits, particularly when it comes to political beliefs. Are LGBTQ Republicans accepted in a historically liberal town? Guest host Marc Fisher explores the issues.

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  • Bryan Pruitt Contributor at RedState
  • Cathy Renna Communications consultant for Capital Pride

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