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The Presidential Election has worked us all into a tizzy, but there is a second monumental chance for your vote to count on November 4th when California's Proposition 8 goes to ballot. If the amendment passes, the legal same-sex marriage victory that has been so widely celebrated as step into a new future will be constitutionally banned.

Voting no on Prop 8 preserves that future and is part of the same desire for change that has energized the nation behind Obama.

It isn't just the Democrats who are against Prop 8 either. Preserving equal access to marriage in California has inspired this Republican Public Service Announcement below as well. Now that's change.

So activate your California phone trees, out-of-staters, and remind friends, family, and even strangers to vote no on Prop 8.


The Presidential Election has worked us all into a tizzy, but there is a second monumental chance for your vote to count on November 4th when California's Proposition 8 goes to ballot. If the amendment passes, the legal same-sex marriage victory that has been so widely celebrated as step into a new future will be constitutionally banned.

Voting no on Prop 8 preserves that future and is part of the same desire for change that has energized the nation behind Obama.

It isn't just the Democrats who are against Prop 8 either. Preserving equal access to marriage in California has inspired this Republican Public Service Announcement below as well. Now that's change.

So activate your California phone trees, out-of-staters, and remind friends, family, and even strangers to vote no on Prop 8.


The Presidential Election has worked us all into a tizzy, but there is a second monumental chance for your vote to count on November 4th when California's Proposition 8 goes to ballot. If the amendment passes, the legal same-sex marriage victory that has been so widely celebrated as step into a new future will be constitutionally banned.

Voting no on Prop 8 preserves that future and is part of the same desire for change that has energized the nation behind Obama.

It isn't just the Democrats who are against Prop 8 either. Preserving equal access to marriage in California has inspired this Republican Public Service Announcement below as well. Now that's change.

So activate your California phone trees, out-of-staters, and remind friends, family, and even strangers to vote no on Prop 8.

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