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Julian Bond and former Chicago Bear Brendon Ayanbadejo have released robocall supporting gay marriage legislation in Illinois. More details on the calls here.

The Rev. James Meeks recorded calls urging the black vote to come out against a gay marriage measure.

Former Chicago Bear Brendon Ayanbadejo and civil rights leader Julian Bond have recorded robocalls in support of gay marriage in Illinois. Here is Ayanbadejo's recording.

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The Rev. James Meeks released a robocall urging the black community in Illinois to come out against gay marriage.

Mother Jones releases full Romney 47 percent video

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Mother Jones has posted two videos online, calling them unedited videos of what has become an explosive set of remarks GOP presidential candidate Mitt Romney delivered at a private campaign function earlier this year.

From the Mother Jones post:

Romney is not the only one who has called for the release of the full 49-minute video. And we're more than happy to oblige. The complete video demonstrates that Romney was not snippetized and that he was captured raw and uncut. Here it is, in two parts:

Mother Jones also offered audio-only versions and promised a full transcript shortly: