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As Election Day unfolded, more and more conversations happened across the Web about Amendment One. Here’s a slice of the story leading into the vote and into this morning, as conversations on Twitter, Facebook and other social networking tools heat up.

As Election Day and night unfolded, more and more conversations happened across the Web from Amendment One supporters and opponents. Here’s a slice of the story, as each makes its next plan, including the launch of a 1 Million Against Amendment 1 petition.

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