Vote on same-sex marriage

North Carolinians head to the polls today to consider a state constitutional amendment that declares, “Marriage between one man and one woman is the only domestic legal union that shall be valid or recognized.”

The measure would ban same-sex marriage, domestic partnerships and civil unions of any kind.

Religious groups have entered the fray on both sides of this issue. The New York Times predicts the amendment will pass.

Recent polling has shown a softening on the issue and a number of states have passed laws legalizing same-sex marriage. What do you think? Take a vote below on which statement reflects your position on the issue.

About John Hilton

I grew up in Susquehanna County, Pa. and graduated Syracuse University with a dual degree in journalism/political science in 1998. After working for nearly three years for a weekly paper in upstate New York, I came to southcentral Pennsylvania. I spent 13 years as a reporter and editor for The Sentinel in Carlisle and joined the York Daily Record as religion reporter in September 2011.
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One Response to Vote on same-sex marriage

  1. Barbara Tenney says:

    I”m proud of my President for taking this stand on something that should NOT be an issue. I’m now waiting for the right to make ALL my own healthcare decisions.

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