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(Washington, DC) – Log Cabin Republicans is accepting statements of interest from individuals who wish to join the National Board of Directors as an At-Large Member. The application period will close at 6:00 pm ET on Monday, December 17, 2012, and will be voted on at the Board of Directors meeting in January.

“Especially after the 2012 election, the work of Log Cabin Republicans has never been more critical,” said Executive Director R. Clarke Cooper. “Recent victories for the freedom to marry, combined with recognition within our party that we will have to return to inclusive, ‘big tent’ principles to win future elections, are providing new opportunities to further our mission. In order to capitalize on this unique moment, Log Cabin Republicans must be at its strongest, with a full Board that is ready and able to lead the way.”

The National Board of Directors is the chief governing body of the national Log Cabin Republicans, representing the interests of the organization’s members and constituents. The Board of Directors has the responsibility to ensure the success of the organization through the approval of an annual budget, setting policy, and providing financial support, input, guidance, oversight, and expertise, including voting on endorsements of federal candidates for House, Senate, and President.

Membership is open to all Republicans, regardless of sexual orientation, gender identity, ethnicity, gender, or religion. Ideal candidates will have experience with local, state or national GOP politics, LGBT advocacy, business, fundraising, military service, and/or nonprofit leadership.

To learn more about the Log Cabin Republicans National Board of Directors, please visit The candidacy process includes a brief questionnaire, and candidates are required to submit a resume and photograph to [email protected].


Log Cabin Republicans is the only Republican organization dedicated to representing the interests of lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender Americans and their allies. The more than 30-year old organization has state and local chapters nationwide, a full-time office in Washington, DC, a federal political action committee and state political action committees.