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09/08/2010

'...and I approve this mid-morning ad roundup': Pougnet, Gillibrand edition

by Jeremy Hooper

Openly gay mayor of Palm Springs, Steve Pougnet, waves away Mary Bono Mack's (R-CA 45) congressional record:

Sen. Kirsten Gillibrand (D-NY) takes on all of her potential opponents in one "radical" swoop:

Two candidates, two different races, two different coasts. One shared goal: Supporting principles that include (but are not limited to) fundamental rights for LGBT people.

Steve Pougnet [Act Blue]

Kirsten Gillibrand [Act Blue]

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