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10/27/2011

Video: Even NOM-backed Cindy Golding seems to know NOM's priorities are misplaced

by Jeremy Hooper

The National Organization For Marriage has joined up with the anti-LGBT Family Leader to launch an independent expenditure campaign in support of Iowa state senate candidate Cindy Golding. But judging by this new ad from Golding, the GOP candidate doesn't share the same focus when it comes to the issues Iowans really care about

Who knows, it may be her number four priority. But the fact of the matter is that the Golding campaign doesn't see banning the state's already-legal same-sex marriages as being in the state's top three concerns. That has to sting NOM, an organization that's already invested quite a quite a bit of coin to make the race about nothing but.

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