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10/30/2009

Smear v. 'Clear': 'No on 1' closes deal

by Jeremy Hooper


NO ON 1!

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What a great ad. I am proud to be associated with this campaign and all the hard work that we have done. We will win on Tuesday. No on 1!

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Posted by: Leslie | Oct 31, 2009 9:06:53 AM

What Leslie said. And at the risk of sounding a sour note, after the Prop 8 debacle, I wanted my money back. Not this time around. Win or lose, straight or gay, Mainer or not, this has been a campaign we can all be proud of.

Posted by: LdChino | Oct 31, 2009 11:13:04 AM

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