In Indiana no less. A reader writes:
There’s a story in Indiana that has turned a lot of heads because of the truly bipartisan, corporate-backed leadership of the fight against next year’s proposed constitutional gay marriage ban. Here’s a profile from yesterday on the conservative campaigner heading the anti-amendment coalition:
Megan Robertson has put in long hours working to elect Republicans at all levels of government. In 2008, she organized three campaign rallies in Indiana for then-vice presidential candidate and conservative firebrand Sarah Palin. She wants government to cut taxes. She questions the wisdom of Obamacare.
But after years of running Republican campaigns behind the scenes, the self-described conservative has stepped into the spotlight — and into a role that puts her at odds with the positions of some of her former bosses. Robertson left her job as communications director for U.S. Rep. Luke Messer, an Indiana Republican who opposes same-sex…
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