'It brings a tear to my eye': the labours of love battling the vitriol of the marriage campaign

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Chris Baguley feared that, come Friday, he would find himself in the midst of a sausage shortage.

The father of two sent 250 letters to people in his neighbourhood of Port Stephens in the Hunter region of New South Wales inviting them over for a barbecue to talk about same-sex marriage. He also offered to post their vote for them if they cannot make it to a mailbox.

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Source: 08 The Guardian

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