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05/05/2005

Poll: Garden State doesn't discriminate

by Jeremy Hooper

   A poll of New Jersey voters indicates that 55% favor allowing gay couples to marry and that only 6% view Jim Mcreevey's sexuality as a reason why they wouldn't vote for him if were to again run for office.

Delighted by the poll results, we hear that Mcreevey is planning to announce his candidacy for "Special Mayor of Man on Man Love" sometime within the week.

Poll finds N.J. voters OK with gay marriage [NorthJersey.com]

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