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Attorney General Pam Bondi (R. FL)
Received this e-mail today from Charlie Crist's (D. FL) gubernatorial campaign:
Last week, Florida Attorney General Pam Bondi filed paperwork in court arguing that same-sex marriage "imposes significant public harm."

I'm going to call shenanigans on that.

Here's the truth about what harms the public:

    --Rick Scott cutting education spending by more than $1 billion
    --Denying 1 million working Floridians affordable health care
    --Limiting access to the polls
    --Ignoring climate change and its potential effects on Florida

Allowing loving couples the freedom to marry? Nope. Definitely not on that list.

Rick Scott and Pam Bondi are leading the charge against marriage equality in Florida -- and we need to make sure every single Floridian knows it.

Will you share this message with your friends and family on Facebook or Twitter?



Getting the word out on social media is a quick and powerful way to make sure Floridians know the facts about who is fighting for equality -- and who is not.

So take one minute and get the word out on Facebook:

Or on Twitter:

It's a simple way to be involved with this campaign -- but if we all do it, it'll go a long way.



Jessica Clark
Deputy Campaign Manager
Charlie Crist for Governor

Click below to share Crist's message on Social Media below:



Originally posted to pdc on Mon Jun 02, 2014 at 10:57 AM PDT.

Also republished by North & Central Florida Kossacks, LGBT Rights are Human Rights, Kossacks for Marriage Equality, LGBT Kos Community, Milk Men And Women, and The Democratic Wing of the Democratic Party.

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