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New Campaign 'The Four' Highlights States with Marriage Equality Ballot Measures This November: VIDEO


The Four, a new campaign partnering with Marylanders for Marriage Equality, Minnesotans United for All Families, Washington United for Marriage, and Mainers United for Marriage, aims to cultivate support for and against (Minnesota is voting on a same-sex marriage ban) marriage equality ballot measures in those states.

Here's their website.

Watch the campaign's promo video, AFTER THE JUMP...

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  1. I think only Maine and Washington will get it.

    Posted by: jakke | Sep 6, 2012 12:34:34 PM

  2. I'm certain we won't lose all four but not that certain that we will win all four either. Maryland is probably the weakest link -that's why Freedom to Marry decided to abandon them (still pretty crappy thing to do in my opinion). Minnesota seems like it could go either way depending on the day. Minnesota would probably be the worst to lose - while the others would suck we could simply put them on the ballot again or have another legislative vote in a year or two. Overcoming a consitutional amendment would be much harder.

    Posted by: KT | Sep 6, 2012 12:48:18 PM

  3. Remember everyone needs to vote We have all got to get out there and push back the conservatives who stop at nothing to ruin our lives. Vote 2012

    Obama/Biden 2012!

    Posted by: Xzavier | Sep 6, 2012 12:50:19 PM

  4. Is 2012 going to be another 2008, when President Obama gets (re)elected, but equality takes a step back in (four) states, like California.

    I suppose the opposite would be worse, because a romney presidency would set equality back across the country.

    Posted by: Blake | Sep 6, 2012 1:24:45 PM

  5. Maine and Washington are near statistical certainties of victory, while Minnesota and Maryland are tossups.

    Posted by: Stefan | Sep 6, 2012 1:48:27 PM

  6. I hope that we can secure Minnesota. I wouldn't bet against us in Maryland and Washington & Maine are nearly impossible to lose. Another important aspect is the General Election and how it turns out our supporters, the young.

    Posted by: Justin Hollon | Sep 6, 2012 2:44:05 PM

  7. Nice video. Can someone get the word to them that the URL in the closing is wrong!!

    Posted by: Andy | Sep 6, 2012 3:07:21 PM

  8. DON'T BE COMPLACENT, even on Maine and Washington. The catholic and mormon churches perpetrated Prop 8 in a very liberal State, and have not all at given up.
    Talk to everyone it is safe to talk with, and tell them why this matters to you, please

    Posted by: Bob | Sep 6, 2012 7:21:30 PM

  9. That was one of the most beautiful videos I've ever seen. Please share it on your facebook pages to influence more change amongst friends

    Posted by: Kyle | Sep 7, 2012 1:48:18 AM

  10. The black vote is hard to overcome in Maryland. The truth is, if black people were the majority in each state, most gay rights ballots would fail by 80%. We need to inspire the non black residents in these states, because black people really just have themselves convinced that the ONLY civil rights that ever existed is their own

    Posted by: Jordan | Sep 7, 2012 1:52:39 AM

  11. I hope we can safely Minnesota. I wouldn't bet we in Maryland and Washington and Maine is almost impossible loss. Another important aspect is the election and how it can prove our supporters, the young.

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