LGBT rights is a key issue in Florida mayoral race

Two candidates vying to become the next mayor of Orange County, Fla., which includes the city of Orlando, are working to win the support of LGBT voters. Teresa Jacobs says she opposes marriage equality and adoption rights for gays and lesbians, but supports civil unions for same-sex couples and has vowed to explore other LGBT-inclusive legislation. Bill Segal, her opponent, says he supports both marriage and adoption rights.

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