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11/08/2011

Golding/Mathis race gets even more homo-hostile

by Jeremy Hooper

A truly nasty last ditch effort in the Iowa state senate race that the National Organization For Marriage has been trying to make all about same-sex marriage for over a month now. With election day upon us, a group calling itself "Citizens for Honesty and Sound Marriage" is robocalling 18th District voters, attacking Liz Mathis for her support of not only marriage equality but also gay people themselves.

KGAN new has the story and some of the audio:

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Phone call attack ad targets Mathis in Marion Senate race [KGAN]

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*EARLIER: Does Cindy Golding wish NOM would just go away? [G-A-Y]

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