Op-Ed: Federal Government Must Investigate NOM’s Financial Practices

The Washington Blade
September 29, 2009
Danielle Truszkovsky: NOM (the National Organization for Marriage) has been accused of money laundering in Maine and the state’s Commission on Governmental Ethics & Election Practices is considering an investigation into NOM to see if it has violated Maine’s campaign finance laws by purposefully attempting to conceal donor names. Since the group seems to be pioneering the way to circumventing the democratic process, one can only wonder when the federal government will take notice. [Link]

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Jesse Connolly, No on 1/Protect Maine Equality: Push us over the top—$28,000 by September 30 at M

No on 1/Protect Maine Equality
September 29, 2009
Jesse Connolly: All of our fundraising by midnight on the 30th-- just 36 hours from now-- will be included in our 2nd quarter report. When this report comes out, the media will turn their focus toward us to see if we're financially strong enough to win the this election. [Link]

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Video: New Maine Marriage Equality TV Ad: “All Families”

No on 1/Protect Maine Equality
September 26, 2009
NO on 1/Protect Maine Equality's latest TV ad shows an array of Maine voices in support of marriage equality. "Whatever you believe, is it really fair to stand in the way of someone's happiness or personal decisions? Everyone should be treated equally." [Link]



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Catholics Divided on Question 1 in Maine

Bangor Daily News
September 27, 2009
While Bishop Richard J. Malone continues to urge Catholics to support Question 1 in Maine, Catholics for Marriage Equality member Anne Underwood says, "The informed consciences of many Catholics compel them to reject the bishop’s political opinion about marriage equality.” [Link]

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Gay Rights Measures on the Ballot in Three States

The Associated Press
September 27, 2009
Voters in Maine, Washington and Michigan will weigh in this fall on whether to protect or reverse three LGBT-inclusive laws: an inclusive non-discrimination ordinance in Kalamazoo, Mich., domestic partnership protections in Washington, and marriage equality in Maine. [Link]

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Catholics for Marriage Equality Again Urges Support for NO on 1 to Protect Marriage Equality

No on 1/Protect Maine Equality
September 27, 2009
Catholics for Marriage Equality (C4ME) today urged Catholics and all Mainers to vote no on Question 1 on the November 3rd ballot, despite an appeal from Bishop Joseph Malone in opposition to marriage equality presented via DVD in parishes statewide Saturday and Sunday. C4ME said that it is speaking out because it wants the diocese to know that it is not speaking for all faithful Catholics. [Link]

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No on 1/Protect Maine Equality Takes Lessons from Prop. 8 Playbook

The Advocate
September 26, 2009
Kerry Eleveld: The No on 1/Protect Maine Equality camp made sure to get up on the airwaves first so they would not continually be caught on the defensive end of the battle. And this week, they heeded the political wisdom of California’s very own perennial politician Willie Brown, who once said, “In politics, a lie unanswered becomes truth within 24 hours.” [Link]

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The Many Ways to Contribute to No on 1/Protect Maine Equality

Open Left
September 25, 2009
Jesse Connolly of No on 1/Protect Maine Equality discusses the strategy the pro marriage equality side is using to rebutt the warmed-over Prop 8 falsehoods and scare tactics that are once again being used by the opposition. He lists the many ways people may contribute to the cause: directly donate to the No on 1 website, support someone participating in the Walk Against 1 campaign, the Volunteer Vacation Program, and more. [Link]

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Video: No on 1/Protect Maine Equality Launches New “Proud” TV Ad

No on 1/Protect Maine Equality
September 25, 2009
Jesse Connolly, Campaign Manager, NO on 1/Protect Maine Equality: Our latest TV Ad tells Maine voters the truth about Question 1. Our opposition's consultants are dredging up lies and distortions to mislead voters. It's simple -- marriage equality is about the key principle of treating all Maine families equally and fairly. [Link]

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Ad says marriage equality will be taught in schools; Maine officials disagree

Sun Journal (ME)
September 23, 2009
The Maine Department of Education is speaking out publicly on claims being made by the anti-gay Stand for Marriage Maine in its TV ads: "Seeing as there is nothing in Maine education law or rule that even mentions marriage, I think it's quite unlikely that changing the rules about marriage would encourage anyone to change what they are teaching in the classroom." [Link]

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