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  1. TampaZeke says

    So they waited until it was clear that Maine was going to win, with or without them, before they jumped in. Very courageous!

    How about Minnesota where their money and support could actually make a difference?

    Most of our efforts should be focused on Minnesota at this point.

    We need a clean sweep to really drive a stake into the heart of NOM!

  2. MaineGuy says

    This is the second ballot measure, the first one we lost by just 6,00 votes – it was close.

    Your characterization of LPAC’s involvement is WAY off, their support of Mainers United for Marriage isn’t new.

    And you are just plain wrong to claim that it’s clear that Maine is going to win.

    Who exactly do you work for, NOM ?

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  4. Alexander says

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  5. says

    “So they waited until it was clear that Maine was going to win, with or without them, before they jumped in. Very courageous!”

    @Zeke: As @MaineGuy says, Mary Bonauto has been working with Maine all along (it’s her home state, after all), and so it makes perfect sense that they’d put LPAC resources into a neighboring state that she and other New England equality advocates know well. No one has done more to advance equality than Mary. We’re doing the same thing from VT–helping a state we know well as much as we can because we have friends and contacts there.

    That doesn’t take away from the MN effort or the importance of people with connections there helping out financially and otherwise. Proactively winning Maine, however, would send a clear message to NOM etc. that the tide is turning–in that sense it’s especially important since our side put it on the ballot (unlike in Washington and Maryland). MN has a tougher road since even if the constitutional amendment fails, equality is still another fight there.

  6. Q says

    I love Mary Bonauto! Please help them. We can win in Maine, but it’s not guaranteed by any means. It would be huge if we do.

  7. NVTodd says

    NOM is POURING money into Maine to defeat marriage equality there; I can not believe anyone that’s pro marriage equality would discourage donating to the cause.

    Meanwhile, in the rest of America, 28 states allow you to be FIRED form your job for being gay…

    PLEASE send a clear message to NOM, by donating to the campaign for marriage equality in Maine. We NEED a state that passes it via popular vote, and the efforts there have been just remarkable.

    Recently 27 churches got together in support of marriage equality in Maine !!! even some Catholic churches !!!

    NOM is REALLY p*ssed !

    We’re SO close to having a win that would REALLY have a HUGE impact nationally.

    Defeating NOM is crucial, they won last time in part by violating state disclosure laws, their arrogance and slander of us knows truly no bounds.

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