Groups on both sides of the same-sex marriage debate have bought television airtime in the Baltimore market for next month, a review of the public files shows.
The Maryland Marriage Alliance, which opposes the law, would go up on television first with commercials starting on Oct. 8. They are spending about $93,000 at WBAL alone and have at least made inquires at other stations.
Marylanders for Marriage Equality, which supports the law, has reserved
Television time, of course, is subject to changes. And these groups can go up earlier if they decide more commercials are needed and they have money to pay for the ads.
Supporters of the law recently hosted a high dollar fundraiser in New York with a
. And more events are coming up: Gov.
will appear D.C. Mayor
on Oct. 2 for a fundraiser. On Oct. 8, O'Malley and Ravens linebacker
will have a
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