Numerous major news outlets are covering NOM's endorsement of Mitt Romney announced today:
Politico: "...While he may have a ways to go in terms of firing up the base, it's a welcome development for Romney that a group like NOM is already prepared to get on board with him publicly, and that an activist like Brown is forcefully making the case that an Obama-Romney race demands intense engagement from cultural conservatives."
The New York Times: "...In one sign of coalescing support from Christian conservatives, the National Organization for Marriage, a leading opponent of same-sex marriage, endorsed Mr. Romney on Wednesday morning. The group called Mr. Romney a “true champion” and said that President Obama “has done virtually everything in his power to undermine the institution of marriage.”
CNN: "The backing of Romney by SBA List and National Right to Life comes one day after another social conservative group, the National Organization for Marriage, endorsed the former Massachusetts governor, who's making his second bid for the White House."
Talking Points Memo: "Prominent social conservative group endorses Romney: The National Organization for Marriage, a social conservative organization known for fighting gay marriage, will endorse Mitt Romney on Wednesday, according to Politico. The endorsement will help Romney shore up support among social conservatives and is at least a needed stamp of approval as he works to consolidate the evangelical base that was largely aligned with Rick Santorum."
OneNewsNow: "Saying they want to help elect a president "who will fight for marriage" rather than see one re-elected "who seems bent destroying it," officials with the National Organization for Marriage have endorsed Mitt Romney for president..."