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“Promoted by all successful societies, marriage brings men and women together – encouraging the procreation, nurturing and protection of children in the most beneficial way, thus ensuring the future of society.” —Tim Russell
On Thursday– Join us on “Voice of the Nation” as we talk with Stand for Marriage Maine Communications Director, Scott Fish about the People’s Veto effort to repeal gay marriage in their state. With one month to go in the election, polls show that the issue is heating up in Maine. What happens on November 3rd in Maine will affect people fighting for marriage in all states. What is the People’s Veto? What are the issues at stake and will families win?
Guest: Scott Fish – Scott currently serves as the Communications Director for “Stand for Marriage Maine“. He is the owner/editor of Maine’s premier political web site, AsMaineGoes.com which has served Maine since 1998. Scott also writes a political column for Bangor Metro magazine and has been active in Maine politics and media through op-eds, radio and t.v. over the last twenty years, including serving as communications staffer in the Maine State House for Senate and House Republicans 1989-2000.
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