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11/08/2012

Brian Brown's terrible, horrible, no good, very bad election cycle

by Jeremy Hooper

These are the top five most active candidates on ActRight, the conservative fundraising mechanism created by the National Organization for Marriage's Brian Brown:

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Every last one of them lost. McCotter didn't even make it to election night.

So much blown money.

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**Of course you have to add this to the almost unbelievable string of NOM losses: Election 2012: I couldn't have scripted a clearer repudiation of the NOM agenda [G-A-Y]

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