New Minnesota Radio Ad Holds Candidates for Governor Accountable on Marriage


As voters around the country begin to consider candidates’ positions ahead of the November elections, NOM is working to make sure voters know where their candidates stand on marriage. The latest initiative in this effort is a new radio ad airing in Minnesota, co-sponsored with the Minnesota Family Council, highlighting the positions of all three candidates for governor on the right of citizens to vote for marriage.

Help support similar efforts all across the country! Use this link to help shine the light of truth on politicians who refuse to stand for marriage!


Marriage in MN is under attack. A lawsuit and 5 legislative bills were filed this year to impose gay marriage. Angry gay protestors want to force this issue on us no matter what.

DFL nominee for governor Mark Dayton wants to impose same-sex marriage on Minnesota, as does independent Tom Horner. But Republican Tom Emmer wants to preserve marriage as the union of one man and one woman.

No matter your position on the definition of marriage, who should decide? Should it be backroom politicians and screaming protestors? Or should voters decide?

Tom Emmer believes that Minnesota voters should have the final say on marriage, just as voters in 31 other states have done. Mark Dayton and Tom Horner say, “No vote for Minnesota.” Dayton and Horner want your vote, but they don’t want you to vote on marriage.

When the candidates for governor ask for your support, ask them if they will guarantee your right to vote on marriage.

Paid for by the Minnesota Family Council and the National Organization for Marriage.

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