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Videos: Ads for and against Washington's gay marriage referendum

Alisha, left, and Julie, walk in a park in Halifax on Thursday, Sept. 13, 2012. Seven years after the federal government gave its blessing to same-sex marriage, it's clear Canada's gay and lesbian couples have been seizing the wedding day

Andrew Vaughan/The Canadian Press

Advertisements now airing in Washington state to argue both sides of the gay marriage debate include one featuring Canadian former sportscaster Damian Goddard, paid for by Preserve Marriage Washington, and others using personal stories to urge support for Referendum 74, sponsored by Washington United for Marriage.

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