NOM Exposed is a campaign-style operation that tracks and challenges the anti-gay National Organization for Marriage as it tries to influence elections and legislative campaigns across the country.

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Wasting our time and theirs: NOM allowed to keep TV ads on the air

October 25, 2010,

(Hey everyone — apologies for P8TT going dark on Friday. With the election bearing down, our team has been hard at work on a number of fronts. So our focus shifted for about 24 hours. But we’re back and we can’t wait to tell you about a little surprise we have in store on Monday. Meanwhile, here’s Jeremy with a few thoughts on NOM’s latest legal maneuverings as they undermine election laws across the country. — Eden) By Jeremy Hooper



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Iowa, Day 1: HRC/CC Tracking Hate in the Heartland

October 25, 2010,

It's 7am central time and NOMExposed is here on the ground in Iowa. We're here to make sure voters here know who the National Organization for Marriage really is.



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Buffalo Newspaper to NOM: Obey our laws!

October 22, 2010,



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Update: NOM in New York

October 22, 2010,

NOM wants to run political ads unencumbered by some election law requirements amped up its fight Thursday in two states, including New York, where Republican gubernatorial candidate Carl Paladino has taken heat for opposing same-sex marriage.



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New NOM-Funded Ad in Iowa

October 22, 2010,

A new NOM-funded ad uses images of \"traditional\" families and the American flag to urge Iowa voters say “no” to three judges who supported marriage equality in 2009. From the Des Moines Register: Iowa For Freedom has released its second and final television ad urging voters to say “no” to the three Iowa Supreme Court justices on the Nov. 2 retention ballot.



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Judge: NOM must list RI expenditures

October 21, 2010,



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VIDEO: NOM-driven Iowa For Freedom gets smacked down. Hard.

October 21, 2010,

In a “Judicial Retention Forum” held by the Iowa Independent and Simpson College, Iowa For Freedom’s Bob Vander Plaats debated former Supreme Court justices Mark McCormick and Robert Albee. Jeremy covers this jaw-dropping moment, cross-posted at Good As You. — Eden By Jeremy Hooper Iowa For Freedom‘s Bob Vander Plaats really thought he was on to something when he mentioned the Emancipation Proclamation’s role in freeing slaves, as part of a suggestion that the Iowa court shouldn’t play a role in the modern conversation surrounding same-sex marriage. It’s just too bad he completely forgot about In Re the Matter of Ralph, THE VERY FIRST CASE THE IOWA STATE SUPREME COURT EVER TOOK ON!, wherein the court rejected slavery decades before Dred Scott, the end of the Civil War, Emancipation, or the 13th Amendment.



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NOM’s Get-Out-the-Vote Effort

October 21, 2010,



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NOM-Endorsed Minnesota Candidate Won’t Even Talk About ‘the Gay’

October 21, 2010,



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All Eyes on Iowa

October 21, 2010,

NOM President Brian Brown just sent out a fundraising email saying, “We are throwing every penny we have” into Iowa.



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