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Mark Harris: Marriage Champion

 

National Organization for Marriage

Dear Marriage Supporter,

I've told you that one of our strategic efforts this year is to try to win back the US Senate so pro-marriage and family legislation can move in Congress. With bills like the State Defense of Marriage Act waiting in the wings it is crucial that we send men and women to the Senate who will be champions for marriage and family.

Mark Harris is one of these champions in North Carolina and he needs you to carry him to victory in the GOP primary on May 6th.

Please be sure to vote and encourage your friends and family to cast their ballots for Mark Harris.

In every phase of his life, Mark Harris has served in leadership roles, including giving crucial leadership to the "Vote for Marriage NC" campaign of which he was a founding member. He believes marriage is between one man and one woman, and is an ardent proponent of traditional family values. Harris believes every human life is precious and should be protected. He believes that for America to be the "great city on a hill" that President Ronald Reagan spoke so passionately about, we must recommit to those values which made America great: the traditional values of faith and family. Mark Harris will not compromise on the issues of family values.

Further, Mark is also strong social and fiscal conservative. He is running for the U.S. Senate to bring common sense back to our government and restore people's faith in both the electoral process and the U.S. government.

The primary is just days away on May 6th and Mark Harris deserves your vote. Marriage needs champions like Mark Harris in the Senate, please be sure to get out and vote on May 6th.

Sincerely,

Brian S. Brown

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