New Hampshire Representatives Under Pressure From Public Advocate
(Union Leader) - Some Republican lawmakers were miffed when their voters called, accusing them of helping to pass the gay-marriage bill. The calls were prompted by the group Public Advocate for the United States, which urged voters to call those who were absent for the House vote in March and push them to attend last week.
"We came into New Hampshire to punish and to encourage," Eugene Delgaudio, president of Public Advocate, said from his Virginia office last week. "Some people were very upset because everybody in their district knew they missed those votes. They're mad about that. Great. That was the intent."
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