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The Mysterious Minnesota Marriage Campaign

HRC released a new report - complete with damaging emails - today asking this question: Are Anti-gay groups hiding donors, or just running the least successful grassroots campaign in history (or both)? What we found is shocking - even given the history of the National Organization for Marriage and its allies. 

According to campaign finance reports recently filed, the Minnesotans United for All Families campaign raised about $1.2 million dollars from 740 donors across the state and another 4,100 not required to be itemized. The NOM-affiliated Minnesota for Marriage raised a roughly similar amount – but reported just seven donors.

Read our report to learn more about who these donors are and where the money funding anti-LGBT efforts in Minnesota are coming from. For more on NOM, visit the www.nomexposed.org.

Prepared and paid for by the Human Rights Campaign, 1640 Rhode Island Ave. NW, Washington, DC 20036

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