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[News Clips: George W. Bush and Gay Republicans]

Description: Video recording of a "Fox News Live" broadcast, a broadcast of "The World Today" from CNN, and a "CBS Morning News" broadcast, all covering the George W. Bush presidential campaign. The reporters discuss his upcoming meeting with John McCain, his meeting with gay republicans, and other policy points that Bush is working towards.
Date: April 14, 2000
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[News Clip: Log Cabin Republicans Rally]

Description: Video recording of a Log Cabin Republicans rally at the Fort Worth water gardens. Behind the speakers are people holding signs. Those belonging to LCR members include "Rally for Liberty", "Exclusion is not Inclusion", "Barry Goldwater good for Liberty I miss them both!", "Hate is not a family value", "I see the circus but where's the big tent", "Lesbian & Gay Equality", and the HRC logo. Those belonging to protesters include "Homosexuality is a Hell/Fire Sin!!" and one that lists out multiple grievances surrounded with a "SIN" border. At the end of the video the protesters are closer to the cameras and directly address group members and camera handlers.
Date: June 13, 1998
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["Bush to name conservative, gays to AIDS panel" article, April 1, 2002]

Description: An article, written by Lou Chibbaro Jr. for the Washington Blade, about the new group of advisors who will be tackling the HIV/AIDS issue with President George W. Bush. The article lists out the new members and also points to supporters and raises concerns that some have over what the group's outcome will be.
Date: April 1, 2002
Creator: Chibbaro, Lou, Jr.
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[Charles C. Francis' Eagle Scout Certificate]

Description: Scan of a Boy Scouts of America Eagle Scout certificate that was granted to Charles C. Francis, of Post 72, on August 27, 1968. It is signed by the then Honorary President, President, and Chief Scout Executive of the association and has a gold seal on it with the group's emblem and motto "Be Prepared".
Date: August 27, 1968
Creator: Boy Scouts of America
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[Bush Holiday Reception invitation, December 1, 2005]

Description: An invitation from President George W. Bush and First Lady Laura Bush to Charles C. Francis inviting him to the White House for a Holiday Reception on December 1, 2005. Included is an RSVP request card with contact information, the word "Declined" is written on the top and underlined. The front is a red and gold depiction of The White House surrounded by a wreath.
Date: 2005
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["Bush in Reversal, to Meet With a Gay Republican Group" article, April 8, 2000]

Description: An article, written by Frank Bruni for The New York Times, that covers an upcoming meeting between Presidential candidate George W. Bush and gay and lesbian Republicans. The meeting was set up by Charles C. Francis. The piece also covers a recent speech he delivered at the National Hispanic Women's Conference.
Date: April 8, 2000
Creator: Bruni, Frank
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[Draft Letter to Delegates from Dale Carpenter, 1998]

Description: Scan of a letter from Dale Carpenter to the delegates of the 1998 Republican Convention. The letter is about the rally held by the Log Cabin Republicans of Texas during the Republican Convention in Fort Worth. The letter also focuses on the response of those who protested the rally and carried offensive signs.
Date: 1998-06~
Creator: Carpenter, Dale
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["Bush Says He Won't Hesitate to Appoint Gays to Jobs" article, April 14, 2000]

Description: An article, written by Terry M. Neal for The Washington Post, that covers the then presidential candidate George W. Bush's opinion and policy surrounding gay and lesbian workers and applicants. The piece notes the work Bush's campaign group did in the lead-up to his meeting with the Log Cabin Republicans and cites Bush's previous interviews and stances on the topics.
Date: April 14, 2000
Creator: Neal, Terry M.
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[The Cody Statement]

Description: A statement titled "The Cody Statement" that was created by the Republican Unity Coalition. The piece outlines the commitments of the group and their ideals. It is signed by Alan K. Simpson, Michael Huffington, Charles C. Francis, and Donald Capoccia.
Date: November 20, 2001
Creator: Republican Unity Coalition
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[Email from Charles Francis to Mary Cheney, September 16, 2002]

Description: An email from Charles C. Francis to Mary Cheney about fundraising totals through the RUC and whose campaigns they should put the money towards. THere are handwritten notes all over the paper and on the back is a message that appears to read "Soft to Parties - NRCC Senatorial Committee Linus (sp?) - (And J---) hard to candidates. 25,000 to Senate Republicans then g--- 25,000 to Senate --- Susan - & $5 each hard dollar to Susan & Gordon".
Date: September 16, 2002
Creator: Francis, Charles C.
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[Email to Charles C. Francis, June 11, 1998]

Description: Email to Charles C. Francis containing two articles covering the what GOP spokesman Robert Black said about the Log Cabin Republicans of Texas. The first is from the Dallas Morning News and covers Gov. George W. Bush's response to the issue and the second is from the Star Telegram and covers the demonstration that is being planned in response. Some lines are underlined and there is a note at the top that reads "'High Noon' Fort Worth". A fax number is included at the top as well.
Date: June 11, 1998
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[Email with a letter from the Austin American-Statesman]

Description: An email containing a section of a letter from the Austin American-Statesman. The letter covers the actions of GOP leaders towards the Log Cabin Republicans of Texas surrounding the Republican Convention in Fort Worth, Texas. One spokesman, Robert Black, compared the group to the KKK and labeled it a hate group.
Date: June 6, 1998
Creator: Elizondo, Juan B., Jr.
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