‘Cheddarbomb’ for Russ Feingold

Wisconsin Senator Russ Feingold is facing a self-funding millionaire, Ron Johnson, in the November election. This might not be on everyone’s radar screen, but the race is actually really, really close. So, today, with the help of his colleague, Al Franken, and a number of progressive blogs, Feingold is holding a Cheddarbomb. (It’s a money bomb, Wisconsin-style.)

Feingold has a solid progressive record. And, he’s great on LGBT equality. On September 10, 1996, Feingold was one of 14 Senators to oppose DOMA. You may think that’s ancient history. But, fourteen years later, NOM is targeting Feingold over that vote. And, NOM also knows that Feingold has been a supporter of marriage equality for years.

We’re all going to get hit up a lot over the next few weeks. If you’re going to give, give wisely. Give to candidates who are progressive. Give to candidates who support full equality.

Russ Feingold meets the criteria. We need marriage supporters in the Senate, not NOM-supported haters.

So, Cheddarbomb away.

UPDATE: Sam Seder and Sarah Silverman talked Cheddarbomb at lunch today:
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