The Rise and Fall of the National Organization for Marriage

Another NOM loss: Spent $10k, watched pro-equality Dem. grab 74% of vote

April 04, 2012, by Jeremy Hooper, Guest Contributor

Just filed FEC reports show that NOM spent $10,000 in last night's Maryland state primary hoping to push anti-equality Democrat C. Anthony Muse, a current state senator who voted against the marriage bill, above incumbent U.S. Senator Ben Cardin:


Report shows NOM spent $10K in Maryland

However, the firmly pro-equality Cardin easily prevailed, grabbing a whopping 74% of the vote.  According to local reports, NOM's candidate received only around 16% of the vote.

A good sign in terms of NOM's ability (or lack thereof) to stranglehold this state at the November ballot?  Here's hoping!