Yes on 66/67 campaign director Kevin Looper has a "wall of hate" in his campaign office, which I photographed this morning while I was talking to volunteers who were going out canvassing. There's some pretty disturbing mail on the wall—returned from "no" voters. What lies beneath the "no" campaign's high-ground rhetoric? There's more after the jump. Talk to your friends about voting.
Update, 8:30pm: I understand that some volunteers on the campaign were offended by this top image. I didn't send the hate mail, and it was on the wall. It's representative of what the campaign is up against, so I've posted it. But I've also moved it after the jump to avoid it glaring out at people who happen to just glance at the blog.