Recap of Gay Marriage in 2010 Election


On November 2nd, 2010 voters across America sent a resounding message to their leaders, both elected and non-elected: that they do not want gay marriage and they will stand up for American values.  All three judges in Iowa that ruled to impose gay marriage on the state were removed by voters, New Hampshire voters gave control of both houses to representatives who vow to repeal their legislatively-mandated gay marriage, and Minnesota voters gave control of their legislature to leaders with family values, dashing the hopes of gay activists to impose gay marriage there.

The ball is rolling…

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2 responses to “Recap of Gay Marriage in 2010 Election

  1. Pingback: Tweets that mention Recap of Gay Marriage in 2010 Election « This is Marriage -- Topsy.com

  2. Thank you, NOM, for your hard work in this election! Newsweek today bashes Brian Brown for NOM’s successes; they must be making a difference.

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