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Supporter Targeted

Advocacy group Californians Against Hate, formed to fight back against those who are donating money to the passage of Proposition 8, a November ballot measure that would amend the state constitution to ban same-sex marriage, is now taking aim at San Diego entrepreneur Terry Caster.

Advocacy group Californians Against Hate, formed to fight back against those who are donating money to the passage of Proposition 8, a November ballot measure that would amend the state constitution to ban same-sex marriage, is now taking aim at San Diego entrepreneur Terry Caster. Caster, owner of A-1 Self Storage Company, and his family have contributed nearly $300,000 to the Protect Marriage campaign, which is working to ensure passage of Prop. 8.

The Caster family contribution is the largest from San Diego County, which supplied 35% of the funds to qualify the proposition for the ballot.

"This guy must really not like same-sex marriage," said Fred Karger, campaign manager for Californians Against Hate in his recently published blog on the Huffington Post. "Mr. Caster and many of his eight sons and daughters and their spouses have given a combined total of $293,000.00 to the Protect Marriage campaign between January and July of 2008."

Californians Against Hate also orchestrated the protest against San Diego's Manchester Grand Hyatt hotel because its owner, Doug Manchester, donated $125,000 to the passage of Prop. 8.

For more information, go to www.CaliforniansAgainstHate.com or www.CallTerryCaster.com. (The Advocate)

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