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06/26/2012

STOP OUT-OF-STATE SPECIAL INTERESTS (says out-of-state special interest masquerading as Mainer)

by Jeremy Hooper

Read this email and then I'll get back to you. Oh, and make special note of the addy in the "From" line—we'll revisit that:

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Oooh, those big bad "special interests" imposing their agenda on another state. You know, like campaign strategist Frank Schubert and his outfit, Mission Public Affairs—the one that's based in Sacramento, California!

Oh, and of course Protect Marriage Maine, like all state campaigns, is being run in very large part by NOM. That would be the special interest group NOM. That would be the D.C.-based NOM.

So cut the silliness, Mr. Conley. And if you want to send a grassroots email, start looking at the "from:" line. We surely will!

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