Sunday, October 31, 2010

POLL: Iowa Judges likely to face no retention vote!

I new poll out of Iowa shows three of the judges that sit on the Iowa supreme court face a vote of no retention this November second. In 2009 the citizens of Iowa were granted marriage equality by an unanimous vote. To me a unanimous vote is a clear indication that this was the right thing to do!

The National Organization for  Marriage has been on yet another bus tour blasting these judges in hopes of a vote of no retention.

The latest poll shows out by the Des Moines Register shows the public leaning towards a vote of no retention.  thirty seven percent of likely votes say the will retain no judge on the ballot, thirty four say they will vote to keep all, and ten percent will vote to retain some.

If a vote of no retention across the board is made on November third this could have a chilling effect on our judiciary, It would be a very sad day in America.  How can such a clear vote on the equality of man be seen as a reason to oust judges that sit on the right side of history.

If you or someone you know lives in Iowa PLEASE vote to retain these justices, send a clear message to NOM and the rest of the country's judiciary.

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