The DC chapter of gay GOP group Log Cabin Republicans last week voted against endorsing Donald Trump for president.

A majority (56%) of members voted against recommending that the national Log Cabin organization endorse Trump.

Local chapters do not endorse presidential candidates.

Casey Pick, a longtime member, argued that the group should stand with prominent Republicans who have declined to endorse Trump's campaign.

“Senator Susan Collins [of Maine], Senator Mark Kirk [of Illinois], and a dozen members of the House of Representatives have taken the courageous stand to say, 'No, we don't want to endorse Donald Trump,'” she said. “He's not fit to represent our party. He doesn't represent our values.”

Gregory Angelo, executive director of the national Log Cabin Republicans, told the Washington Blade that his group's decision “will have significance.” Previous endorsements have been widely reported in the media.