Maine, Maryland, and Washington passed same-sex marriage on the ballot in the 2012 election. Minnesotans struck down a proposed constitutional amendment that would define marriage as the union of a man and a woman. Now, people on both sides of the issue are reevaluating their strategies.
- Black Voters Rethinking Gay Marriage?
- Maine, Maryland Voters Approve Same-Sex Marriage
- Gay-Marriage Supporters Do Well In State Elections
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