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Four New York State Senators and Their Same-Sex Marriage Money Dance

 

LetThePeopleVote.com

Dear Marriage Supporter,

Money dance.

Perhaps you’ve heard about the practice of some brides and grooms dancing for money with supporters at their wedding. Well, last Thursday the four Republican senators who pushed same-sex marriage through in New York this summer were doing a money dance of their own – dancing with wealthy contributors like Michael Bloomberg and Tim Gill, who purchased their allegiance during the recent legislative session.

These four senators reportedly raised well over a million dollars in a single night – in their quest for wedding cash purchased at the expense of their values and promises made to New York voters.

Help fight back!

With your help, NOM has been running billboards throughout the state to hold legislators accountable.

LetthePeopleVote.com has just released a new online ad showing these four senators dancing for money.

Now I need you to help NOM PAC New York take this fight to the next level. A handful of multimillionaires are trying to buy the Republican Party and force same-sex marriage on the nation. The only way to fight back is for every one of us to stand up and make our voices heard – by talking to our friends, by getting personally involved, and by putting whatever funds we have to work in the fight to protect marriage.

We may not have multi-millionaires to bankroll an entire campaign in one night, but we have something better – hundreds of thousands of Americans who agree that marriage is important and deserves to be protected.

I am challenging you to make a generous donation to NOM PAC New York today. Over the next seven days, our goal for NOM PAC NY is to gain 1000 new donors and raise $100,000 to protect marriage in New York.

Help meet our goal and send a message to the multimillionaires who think they can force same-sex marriage on the nation. Please make your most generous gift of $1,000, $500, $100, or even $50 or $20 today.

Brian Brown

Brian Brown

Brian S. Brown
Treasurer
NOM PAC New York

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