NOM kicks off anti-gay campaign in New Jersey


National organization against same-sex marriage says they will spend $150,000 immediately

The National Organization For Marriage (NOM) said it will spend $150,000 immediately, out of a projected budget of  $5 million, to begin a media campaign in New Jersey, New York, Iowa, New Hampshire and Pennsylvania in an effort to galvanize the opponents of same-sex marriage. At a press conference in Trenton on April 8, Damon Owens was introduced as the organization’s “Faith Outreach Director,” indicating a special effort will be made to mobilize New Jersey’s conservative churches.
Owens stated his mission was to “uplift marriage” and to sharpen the focus on marriage as the environment for raising children.