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Marriage amendment foes winning money race

Larry Jacobs discusses the battle for the voters who are undecided regarding the marriage amendment.

"On both sides of the constitutional amendment there are fervent believers," Jacobs said. "No matter how much advertising you run you're not going to change their views, but there could well be 20 percent or so of folks who are going to turn out and vote who haven't yet made up minds, who haven't focused on the issue or they don't feel intensely about it. Those are the folks that are being battled over today and for the coming few months."

Minnesota Public Radio
July 19, 2012

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