The first in a four-part series about the states facing marriage ballot initiatives next month begins with a profile of Maine.
The out lesbian candidate for the U.S. Senate in Wisconsin squared off with her Republican challenger in the first debate of the closely watched contest.
Some 56% of likely voters support marriage equality in advance of an anticipated push in the upcoming legislative session.
Two new video ads highlight support for marriage equality within faith communities.
The antigay group had been trying to hide who supplied it with money to support a marriage ban in Maine in 2009 and continues to do the same elsewhere.
Voters favor the new marriage equality law by 49% to 39%, with more than half of African-American voters in favor, but those numbers could change when opponents launch their anticipated media campaign.
The attorney for the Illinois Family Institute said that allowing his client to intervene would “even the playing field.”