They lost their bid to redefine marriage in the Maryland legislature first, then the Rhode Island legislature.
In Minnesota, the legislature voted in May to allow the people of that state to define marriage as between one man and one woman in 2012, and the last remaining states may soon follow suit.
The last chance gay activists have to redefine marriage in a state this year is New York. There has been an unprecedented effort to force undecided Senators in that state to redefine marriage.
That’s where we come in. If you live in New York, please call these Senators and say you don’t want them to redefine marriage. And forward this to as many of your friends in New York as possible. Thank you!
Joe Addabbo (15, Queens) (518) 455-2322
James Alesi (55, Rochester suburbs) (518) 455-2015
Greg Ball (40, Putnam County) (518) 455-3111
Joe Griffo (47, Utica) (518) 455-3334
Mark Grisanti (60, Buffalo, Grand Island, Niagara Falls) (518) 455-3240
Shirley Huntley (10, Queens) (518) 455-3531
Carl Kruger (27, Brooklyn) (518) 455-2460
Andrew Lanza (24, Staten Island) (518) 455-3215
Betty Little (45, North Country stretching from Plattsburgh to Glens Falls) (518) 455-2811
Jack Martins (7, Nassau County/Garden City) 518-455-3265
Roy McDonald (43, north and east of Albany: Troy, Saratoga Springs, Clifton Park) (518) 455-2381
Redefining marriage only becomes “inevitable” if we do nothing to protect it. Or as I heard someone recently say, darkness only advances when light retreats. So let’s not retreat!
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