Ooooh, I am trying very hard not to get too hopeful, but…
From the Advocate:
This year, however, opposition to such a measure in
Arizonais currently at 51%, with only 38% of voters supporting it, according to a recent poll, while the proposed marriage ban in is opposed by 49% of voters, with 41% in support. In South Dakota , which has ballot measures both to ban same-sex marriage and to create domestic partnerships, a recent poll showed that only 52% of voters are in favor of the former but that 58% favored the latter. Colorado
Pollsters attribute the erosion of support for marriage bans to better-orchestrated opposition campaigns as well as ever-increasing acceptance of gay people.
And from 365gay:
) The Tempe Firefighters Association and the Tempe Officers Association Thursday announced their opposition to Prop. 107, a proposed amendment to the Tempe, Arizona constitution that would ban gay marriage, civil unions and void domestic partner benefits for both gay and non-gay unmarried couples. Arizona
"Our organization is opposed to Prop. 107 because it puts our candidate pool for future firefighters at risk," said Rich Woerth, president of the Tempe Firefighters Association.
Phoenix Mayor Phil Gordon, Tucson Mayor Bob Walkup, and former
Well I am going to have to temper any hopes til November, but I do have faith in the people of