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11/06/2012

GLAAD picks up and runs with Protect Marriage Maine's heinous get out the vote effort

by Jeremy Hooper

GLAAD is helping alert the media about Protect Marriage Maine's truly heinous attempt to scare up some last minute votes:

Blogger and #GLAADCAP consultant Jeremy Hooper noticed this morning that the official website for the campaign to defeat marriage equality in Maine may have gone further than any other state-level marriage campaign in its denouncement -- not of same-sex couples getting married - but of gay people, period.

According to "Protect Marriage Maine's" "25 reasons to preserve traditional marriage:"
KEEP READING: MAINE ANTI-LGBT "GET OUT THE VOTE" EFFORT BASED ON FEAR AND LIES [GLAAD]

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*UPDATE: Protect Marriage Maine has now scrubbed the original piece. Cached version here. Screengrab here:

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