Thursday, March 15, 2012

Referendum Effort Is On To Allow Marylanders To Vote On The Gay Marriage Bill

As most Marylanders know, Governor Martin O'Malley recently signed into law a measure that makes Maryland a state that recognizes "gay marriage".  Of course we realize that it means the majority of those occupying high places in Annapolis don't recognize what real marriage is, but we'll revisit that when the 2014 elections draw near.

For now we need to collect at least 57,000 signatures from Maryland voters so that the measure can be put on the ballot.  The official site is  From there you can create your personal petition (as well as for your family).  Consider volunteering to collect signatures (the requirements for valid signatures are exacting, so training will be required).

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