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09/13/2012

These New York candidates support the NOM agenda

by Jeremy Hooper

The non–New York–based National Organization For Marriage has done us all a service, letting us know who on today's primary ballot supports its discriminatory cause. This is the the list that NOM wants you to support, in hopes that the state will continue to debate the settled matter of marriage equality rather than actual problems:

JAMES SANDERS
SENATE DISTRICT 10 (Jamaica and southern Queens)
www.Sanders4Senate.com

MANNY TAVAREZ
SENATE DISTRICT 33 (Northwest Bronx including Kingsbridge Heights, East Tremont, Crotona Park, Fordham, Bedford Park and parts of Riverdale)
https://www.mannytavarez.com/

NEIL DiCARLO
SENATE DISTRICT 41 (parts of Dutchess and Putnam Counties)
http://neildicarlo.com/home.php

KATHY MARCHIONE
SENATE DISTRICT 43 (Rensselaer and Columbia Counties and parts of Saratoga and Washington Counties)
http://www.marchione2012.com/

KEVIN STOCKER
SENATE DISTRICT 60 (Parts of Western Erie County including parts of the City of Buffalo, Grand Island and Tonawanda)
http://www.stockerforchange.com/

If you need help finding which district you live in, you can look it up and find out your polling place by clicking on the following link: https://voterlookup.elections.state.ny.us/
SOURCE: NOM

If you live in one of these district, I'm not going to tell you what to do. You may be inclined to support the Republican incumbents who supported equality, or you might be inclined to actually support the NOM endorsees since you're confident that they, the distracted by bias, will be easier to beat in the November general. The choice is yours.

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