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Groups passionate about Iowa Supreme Court Justices demonstrate in Mason City

MASON CITY - Groups with strong opinions on whether Iowa Supreme Court Justices should retain their offices braved strong winds and cold temps in downtown Mason City this evening.

MASON CITY – Groups with strong opinions on whether Iowa Supreme Court Justices should retain their offices braved strong winds and cold temps in downtown Mason City this evening.

One side wants all three Justices up for re-election removed, mainly due to their votes in favor or legalizing gay marriage in Iowa. The Iowa Supreme Court ruled it unconstitutional to deny gay couples the right to marry in Iowa.

The other side is in favor of the Justices being re-elected. They held “VOTE YES” signs.

(TOP PHOTO of demonstrators at the event.)

The ‘vote no’ crowd in Central Park in downtown Mason City.
“Vote no” crowd.
James Mills, Iowa State Senate Seat 7th District candidate, addresses the ‘vote no’ (to current Iowa Supreme Court Justices) crowd in Mason City.

The ‘vote yes’ crowd in Southbridge Mall.
The ‘vote yes’ crowd in Southbridge Mall.

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