Minnesotans United for All Families, the umbrella group of organizations opposing the amendment, is looking at Pride as the “official start of the campaign in the public eye,” said spokeswoman Kate Brickman. “We’re not going to wait until the State Fair.”
Gov. Mark Dayton is scheduled to host a fund-raising reception along with Minnesotans United on June 19, a few days before the festival. Then at the festival, held in Minneapolis’ Loring Park June 23-24, Minnesotans United and its partners plan to be omnipresent, Brickman said. “You’re not going to be able to go to Pride without seeing the vote-no crew,” she said.
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