NOM Launches Attack on N.H. Governor
BY Michelle Garcia
April 16 2010 1:55 PM ET
The National Organization for Marriage is paying for video ads
New Hampshire governor John Lynch for raising business taxes and
increasing spending. And, of course, supporting same-sex marriage.
Lynch had previously said he would not sign a gay marriage bill if it reached his desk, but when the marriage measure was approved in both houses of the legislature in 2009, Lynch signed the bill into law.
Lynch won his third two-year term as governor in 2008 with 70% of the vote. He is up for election again in November. The New Hampshire gubernatorial seat has no term limit.
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