It’s hard to believe that in just 14 days, we will be voting on whether or not Minnesota should amend the state constitution to limit the rights of marriage. If passed, this change would permanently eliminate the right for loving same-sex couples to make a commitment to one another.
If the mean-spirited amendment doesn’t pass, same-sex marriage is still not legal in the state of Minnesota. State statute already defines marriage as one man, one woman. However, by defeating this amendment, we allow for future generations to continue the conversations we’ve already started here in Minnesota.
If you’re still on the fence, read through some of the resources on this site. If you’re still not sure after that, please contact me.
This amendment impacts me. It impacts my friends. It impacts my family. It impacts my coworkers. It impacts my community.
It impacts real Minnesotans.
In 14 days, I hope that you will stand with me and vote NO.