Thursday, October 22, 2009

Maine Evenly Split on Historic Marriage Vote

Latest polling from Maine show residents equally split two weeks ahead of a historic vote which will decide if marriage is redefined in that state.

Here is the story.

What's important here is not whether Mainites will vote for legitimizing homosexual marriage, but whether they will choose to redefine marriage.

In 2006 Coloradans added a constitutional amendment defining marriage as a relationship between one man and one woman, 57-43 percent.

1 comment:

Kevin J Jones said...

I've been trying to donate a small amount to Stand for Marriage Maine for a week or so through their website, but the donation hasn't gotten through.

I've even contacted the campaign about it. Do you know if anyone else is having problems donating via the Web?