“The voters of Wisconsin need to ask themselves whether or not they want to send a woman to the Senate who has a voting record to the left of Nancy Pelosi,” said the group.
Kober also loosely compares LGBT people to drug users and polygamists to make his argument against the inclusive amendment.
LPAC announced that it has nearly reached its goal of raising $100,000 for Tammy Baldwin, who could become the first openly gay U.S. senator.
Marriage equality advocates applauded the language that will appear on the November ballot, while opponents criticized the wording.
Platform language advancing in Tampa reaffirms the party’s support for a federal constitutional amendment and blasts the “open defiance” of the Obama administration against DOMA.
A poll from The Washington Post shows the Tea Party is the least likely political group to support marriage equality.