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Arizona: November 9, 2006

Proposition 107 Deception

Opponents deceived the voters:

When supporters of Arizona's Proposition 107 talked about the proposed constitutional amendment to ban same-sex marriage, they talked about protecting traditional marriage from the threat of same-sex unions.

When opponents talked about it, they talked about how it would cost some people health insurance benefits, including straight people.

This was my point: The Bankrupt Tactics of Proposition 107 Opponents - too bad the press waited until after the election to notice. Check out this deceptive sign:


Yet, there does remain some hope for the proposition:

As of Wednesday afternoon, the Maricopa County Recorder’s office had 250,000 early ballots remaining to be counted. The Recorder’s office can count 25,000 ballots per day so the counting is expected to take 10 days. The Arizona Secretary of State’s office on radio estimated a total of 350,000 ballots statewide remain to be counted. Currently, Proposition 107 is behind by about 32,000 out of over 1.1 million votes cast. Updates are expected around 5:00 PM each day.

Posted by tim at November 9, 2006 5:33 PM

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