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Throughout his nearly 19 years as the bishop of the Episcopal Diocese of Virginia, Peter James Lee has been an unwavering centrist and consensus builder. His diocese, the largest in the Episcopal Church, is diverse, with giant urban churches and tiny rural ones, liberal mainline congregations and conservative evangelical ones, and Lee has managed to hold them all together by astutely finding the midpoint on any controversial issue and luring both sides toward it. At the Episcopal Church's general convention last summer in Minneapolis, Lee oversaw publication of a daily newsletter that offered a middle-of-the-road perspective on the many contentious issues facing the church. He called it Center Aisle. The most contentious of the issues, of course, was the nomination of the Rev. Gene Robinson, an openly gay priest who had been living with another man for 14 years, to be the bishop of the Diocese of New Hampshire.
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Zachary Brown is hoping to unseat Republican state Sen. He sees universal health coverage as the ultimate goal and hopes to introduce a public option plan in Virginia to achieve that. Beyond education and health care, Brown has centralized LGBT equality as a key aspect of his campaign. Brown says his priorities will be passing protections for LGBT individuals in housing and public employment as well as repealing the amendment in the Virginia constitution that defines marriage as between a man and a woman. Though the 10th Senate District is currently represented by a Republican, Brown believes his progressive platform will be a strength for his campaign.