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NC: A boost for the anti-bigot amendment fight via Twitter

It just goes to show you that even a single personal Tweet can boost visibility of the campaign to defeat the marriage discrimination amendment here in NC. Cate Edwards (@Cate_Edwards), daughter of Elizabeth Edwards and the president of the foundation that bears her mother’s name, has extended her support for equality and against bigotry. Protect NC Families will definitely be in touch, Cate!

And in case you missed it, Neighbors for Equality is in the midst of its 12 Days of Equality Campaign that has staff, volunteers, and supporters submitting videos talking about why equality matters to them.

You can participate by uploading a video on YouTube, discussing why equality matters to you and why you’re voting against the North Carolina anti-equality amendment. Share it on twitter with the hashtag #12daysofequality or post it on our Facebook page at

We Believe in Equality – Kara & Justin

Vote AGAINST the Amendment on May 8th


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