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06/18/2012

Polls favorable in Maine; time to work harder, not less

by Jeremy Hooper

Good news out of Maine, where our pro-equality side is up in the polls, 55%-36%:

Maine Poll: Marriage Leads By 19 Points [J.M.G.]

Of course back in 2009, we got an opposition campaign that was so fallacious, even then–campaign head Marc Mutty later admitted his efforts were not exactly true. Will wanton lies and false witness–bearing turn the tide towards discrimination this time around? Not if we're vigilant. Not if we get over our apathy. Not if we care enough to win this incredibly in-reach fight!

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