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A wedge issue is defined as "a sharply divisive political issue, especially one that is raised by a candidate or party in hopes of attracting or disaffecting a portion of an opponent's customary supporters." 
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- Molly Ivins, "Duck and cover time. Texas lege enshrines anti-gay provision in state constitution," Working for Change, May 24, 2005.