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Marriage Amendment Backers Release First TV Ads

Race is neck-and-neck.

With polls suggesting Minnesota voters are tied neck-and-neck on whether or not to insert a ban on same-sex marriage into the state constitution, groups on both sides are battling it out on the airwaves.

According to the Star-Tribune Minnesota for Marriage, the group backing the ban, launched their first television ads this week. The paper says it is not yet sure how long and where in Minnesota the ads will run.

Minnesotans United for All Families, the group trying to stop the amendment, has already launched three television ads in Minnesota.

Take a look. Do you think they'll influence voters one way or the other?

Jesse Lykken October 01, 2012 at 07:45 PM
One of the few issues where "reasonable people" are all on one side. You can't tell one pair of consenting adults they can marry, and another that they cannot. We live in the United States of America.
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