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09/11/2013

So how did the National Organization For Marriage's endorsed candidate do in NYC primary?

by Jeremy Hooper

NOM publicly endorsed anti-gay Democrat Erick Salgado, a protege of their pal Rubén Díaz. This is what a NOM endorsement gets you in New York City:

(98% reporting)
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NYC primary results [New York Times]

In the endorsement of Salgado (which humorously misspelled Salgado's first name), NOM and its president, Brian Brown, also blasted Republican candidate Joe Lhota for supporting marriage equality. Joe Lhota easily won his primary and is now the city's Republican candidate for mayor.

A banner year you're having, NOM!

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