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10/30/2006

Three FL candidates, one marriage-banning mind

by Jeremy Hooper

At a Florida gubernatorial debate Monday night, candidates Charlie Crist (R), Jim Davis (D), and Max Linn (Reform), all said they were opposed to same-sex marriage, with Crist upping the anti-gay ante by also saying he's against gay adoptions. That being the gay-unfriendly case, we have decided to endorse the write-in candidate:

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Fla. gubernatorial candidates debate [AP via KansasCity.com]

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