"This is no different than the Klan standing outside of voter booths in Alabama when blacks would dare to go vote," - Larry Stickney, the campaign manager of Protect Marriage Washington, regarding the push to make public the 120,000 names on a petition that got an anti-domestic partnership referendum on the ballot today.

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