Adam Serwer says the National Organization for Marriage threw money at D.C. races in an attempt to elect anti-marriage-equality candidates. Too bad it failed.:
Last night's primary election was the time to make good on Jackson's threat. But in the nine months since, there's been a lot of cash spent with little blood spilled. According to filings with D.C.'s Office of Campaign Finance, NOM has spent around $140,000 opposing pro-equality candidates in Washington, D.C., all of whom won last night or were defeated by other pro-equality candidates...
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