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10/27/2011

NOM Exposed: In special Senate race, NOM's Iowa expenditures up to $27,325.22

by Jeremy Hooper
Nomexposed-9 Even though the GOP candidate doesn't seem to be prioritizing repeal of the state's marriage equality law, NOM is still ramping up it's expenditures to elect Republican Cindy Golding to a state Senate seat (District 18). We've already shown you NOM's $15,686.68 expenditure in this race -- now comes this additional $11,638.54, for more direct mail, PR, and get out the vote efforts:
KEEP READING: In special Senate race, NOM's Iowa expenditures up to $27,325.22 [NOM EXPOSED]

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