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09/15/2011

NOM EXPOSED: Against, not for: How NY-9 belies NOM's positive image

by Jeremy Hooper
6A00D8341C503453Ef0154349F168B970C-13NOM is continuing to tout the organization's largest-ever expenditure campaign ever and its supposed success in electing Republican Bob Turner over Democrat David Weprin in New York's 9th Congressional District. I've already looked at that in depth, so I won't rehash the most salient points of the marriage factor and its supposed role. However, I do want to look at the expenditure itself and see what, exactly, NOM was seeking/breeding with this campaign.

KEEP READING: Against, not for: How NY-9 belies NOM's positive image [NOM Exposed]

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