Referendum 71

Referendum 71

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Three incumbent justices are up for re-election: Chief Justice Barbara Madsen, Justice Mary Yu, and Justice Charlie Wiggins. ...
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Green Party Presidential Candidate Dr. Jill Stein Talks to The Seattle Lesbian
Dr. Stein visited Seattle on October 25 for a Town Hall event to present her platform including marriage equality, environmental progress and economic reforms. ...
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Seattle Lesbian & Gay Film Festival Presents ‘Take Action Tuesday’
On October 16, the festival’s “Take Action Tuesday” will devote an entire evening of programming exclusively to eye-opening, issue-oriented films. ...
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Referendum 74 is Profitable for Washington State
Washington United for Marriage (WUM) is chastising opponents for making what they call a “false business case in their effort to overturn the bipartisan marriage law.” ...
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Nordstrom Publicly Supports Marriage Equality in Washington State
Blake Nordstrom, President of Nordstrom, Inc, Pete Nordstrom, President of Merchandising and Erik Nordstrom, President of Stores shared their announcement in a company-wide memo. ...
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Busted: Opponents of Referendum 74 Lay Out Old, Discredited Claims
Preserve Marriage Washington has released their first ad opposing Referendum 74. ...
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WA Bishops Latest Attack on R-74 Inaccurate and Misleading
This week, the bishops released a lengthy insert to the church bulletin that is scheduled to be delivered to churches and given to parishioners this weekend. ...
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Young Republicans Object to Rick Santorum’s Visit to Washington State
The former senator has likened same-sex relationships to incest, bestiality, and polygamy. ...
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Last Push for Marriage Equality in Washington State Led by New Group
If approved, Washington State could become the first state to ever pass marriage equality legislation via popular vote. ...
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Republican State Representative Maureen Walsh’s R-74 Ad
A new TV ad by Washington United for Marriage features a Washington State Republican who says, "allowing marriage for same-sex couples is a question of fundamental fairness." ...
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