Vote Results Protecting Marriage as Between One Man & One Woman: The Scorecard

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and CharmaineThe gay marriage scorecard shows that the nation prefers marriage to be between one man and one woman.

Heterosexuals, 28; vs.

Homosexuals, Transgender, Bi-Sexual, Bigamists,

National Man-Boy Love Association, 1

Yes, that’s 28 to 1.

27 of 28 public debates on marriage were decisively won by traditional marriage proponents.

Only voters in Arizona voted wrong.

Protecting Marriage as Between One Man & One Woman

Prior to 2004

Alaska (1998) 68%

Hawaii (1998) 69%

Nebraska (2000) 70%

California (2000) 91%*

*California’s statewide ballot measure, Prop. 22, enacted a new state law protecting marriage, rather than a constitutional amendment.

2004

Arkansas 75%

Georgia 77%

Kentucky 75%

Louisiana 78%

Michigan 59%

Mississippi 86%

Missouri 71%

Montana 66%

N. Dakota 73%

Ohio 62%

Oklahoma 76%

Oregon 58%

Utah 66%

2005

Kansas 75%

Texas 75%

Alabama 81%

2006

Tennessee 81%

Colorado 56%

Idaho 63%

S. Carolina 78%

S. Dakota 52%

Virginia 57%

Wisconsin 59%

Pending

Legislation:

Minnesota (’07)

Indiana (’08)

Massachusetts (’08)

Pennsylvania (’09)

Initiatives:

California (’08)

Florida (’08)

(Bolded states went for Kerry in 2004. Proving that voters may be confused about liberals, but not about marriage.)

Thank you (foot)notes:

The Cumulative Chart is the work of David E. Smith, Executive Director of the Illinois Family Institute. A family policy council that counts.

Human Resource Management Tip: Hire the homosexual? Maybe, but be slow to award “partner” benefits. The public and, I dare say, stockholders, prefer traditional marriage.

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