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Cornerstone Policy Research Targets Lynch in New Ad on Gay Marriage

May 6, 2009 by Patrick  
Filed under State House

Cornerstone Policy Research, a statewide conservative pro-family organization, has launched a new television ad targeting Democratic Gov. John Lynch and urging him to veto gay marriage legislation destined for his desk.

Commenting on the ad, CPR-Action Executive Director, Kevin Smith, stated, “Going back to when the Governor was running as a candidate to his most recent comments in April of this year, Governor Lynch has repeatedly stated that he opposes same-sex marriage and believes that marriage should be reserved to the union of a man and a woman. This ad will serve as a reminder to the public of where the Governor has consistently stood on this issue and we hope he keeps his word by vetoing this bill.”

Gov. Lynch has not stated how he will decide once the measure legalizing gay marriage reaches his desk. On Wednesday, Maine Gov. David Baldacci, also a Democrat and one-time opponent of gay marriage, signed a law legalizing it.

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