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September 6 - On the Front Lines for Marriage in Minnesota

With about 64,000 passing cars per day, the campaign on University Avenue in St. Paul was excellent for its high visibility. Right away we encountered a man concerned about his children. “I want to be able to send my kid to kindergarten without being told about homosexuality,” he said, walking away with a copy of “10 Reasons Why Homosexual ‘Marriage’ is Harmful and Must Be Opposed.”

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September 5 - Standing Up for God’s Marriage in Saint Cloud

Today’s stop was Saint Cloud, a city with many Catholic inhabitants. At the first intersection we received very good reactions: applause, thundering honks, thumbs up, double thumbs up and other variations such as “You tell him!” “Thank you!” and “Amen!” A few boys past by and were so happy that one of them asked, “Where’s my sign?” And when offered a TFP flyer, “10 Reasons Why Homosexual ‘Marriage’ Is Harmful and Must Be Opposed,” he said “I have way more than ten.”

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September 4 - Defending Real Marriage in the Twin Cities

Today we started the first campaign in Bloomington next to the mall. The intersection had three lanes of traffic and the usual honks in support of true marriage sounded immediately. A telephone worker passed and said: “Thank you, but I don’t need your flyer. I know why homosexual unions are wrong.”

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September 3 - TFP Tour for True Marriage Kicks Off in Maryland, Maine, Minnesota and Rhode Island

After a long 1,200 mile van ride, TFP volunteers arrived in Minnesota very eager to begin their ten-day, state-wide tour in support of God-ordained marriage: the union between 1 man and 1 woman. Additional teams of TFP members also kicked off campaigns in three other states — Maryland, Maine and Rhode Island.

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August 1 - Downtown Albany, Rochester, New York

August 1 - Downtown Albany, Rochester, New YorkThe last days of campaign entailed the two caravans, that of Mr. John Ritchie and ours, joining up in Albany. We did a short campaign in the state capital under an overpass because of the intense rain.

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July 30 - Saratoga Springs, Queensbury, New York

July 30 - Saratoga Springs, Queensbury, New YorkThis morning we had two campaigns outside of shopping centers at very busy intersections. The support we received in Saratoga Springs was very good but it didn't compare to what happened in Queensbury.

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July 30 - Lincoln, East Providence, and Warwick, Rhode Island

July 30 - Lincoln, East Providence, and Warwick, Rhode IslandToday, we held three campaigns in Lincoln, East Providence and Meadowbrook, RI. The support for traditional marriage continues strong. The forecast called for rain in the morning and scattered thunderstorms all afternoon, and sure enough…

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July 30 - Jamaica and Mt. Kisco, New York

July 30 - Jamaica and Mt. Kisco, New YorkIt looks like we will need to get a new video camera. The one we currently have has suffered a number of harsh blows by pro-homosexual advocates. The viewing screen no longer works. If you remember, it was hit by a woman who assaulted Mr. Michael Shibler in White Plains, New York.

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