National group's ad attacks GOP gay marriage vote
CONCORD, N.H.—The National Organization For Marriage is criticizing Republican lawmakers who voted against repealing New Hampshire's gay marriage law in a newspaper ad and looking for people to run against them.
The full page ad New Hampshire newspapers on Friday says the Republicans betrayed the cause of marriage. The ad urges the public to contact the lawmakers and let them know they intend to hold them accountable for their vote. The ad also says the organization is looking for people faithful to traditional marriage willing to run against the lawmakers.
The organization has said it will spend $250,000 in New Hampshire to win repeal of the 2010 law.
The House voted 211-116 to kill the repeal bill last month.