Alveda King, the niece of Martin Luther King Jr., can be heard on a new radio ad urging Marylanders to vote no on marriage equality in their state.
In a new ad opposing Minnesota's marriage discrimination amendment, Vikings punter Chris Kluwe harkens back to his attention-grabbing turn of phrase about what won't happen when same-sex couples get married.
As Marylanders prepare to go to the polls November 6 to decide the fate of a marriage equality law, a pastor in the state has condemned couples in same-sex marriages to death — and their supporters
The National Organization for Marriage has launched an ad campaign in Maine that relies on misleading, false claims of persecution of those who support "traditional marriage."
The NAACP chapter representing Washington State, Oregon, and Alaska endorsed Referendum 74, which, if passed by voters next month, would legalize same-sex marriage in Washington.
Two straight women kissing one another in front of a group of anti-marriage-equality protestors in Marseille, France, went viral after the moment was captured on camera by a French photographer.
Some absentee ballots did not include the page with Question 6, but state officials say the number is small.
“This is going to be the civil rights issue of our generation,” says one Google employee.
The New York State Court of Appeals declined to hear a challenge to the state's marriage equality law, effectively ending any threat to the measure passed last year.
The New York City mayor invested $500,000 in the marriage-related campaigns in Maine, Minnesota, and Washington.