On November 6, voters in four states will determine how marriage will be defined in those states for future generations. Voters in Minnesota, Maine, Maryland and Washington will have the opportunity to vote on marriage-related referendums that are critical to the ongoing nationwide battle to protect marriage from redefinition.
In Minnesota, the decision involves a Marriage Protection Amendment. 30 states have already passed similar measures. Voters in Maryland and Washington will have the opportunity to overturn previously passed same-sex “marriage” laws. Voters in Maine will vote on an initiative that specifically asks them to legalize same-sex “marriage.”
Dating back to 1998, 32 states have held votes on same-sex marriage, and all 32 have opposed it.