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06/04/2012

Maine anti-equality update: 'Protect' campaign can now afford mid-priced sedan; one that drives in (R), obvs

by Jeremy Hooper

The anti-equality advocates running Protect Marriage Maine (NOM, primarily) are now reporting $14,945.60 in contributions, with the majority in the form of unitemized contributions and out-of-state single donors (plus the previously announced Knights of Columbus donation):

Contributions for Protect Marriage Maine [Maine Campaign Finance]

Those unitemized contributions are always particularly interesting. And considering the way the NOM-in-Maine script played out last time, we're going to keep close watch!

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