North Carolina Amendment 1 Divides Gay Rights Movement
Reports of improper balloting in areas that are heavily anti-Amendment One are coming in. Adam Bink at Courage Campaign reports via email: All, we're getting reports here in Chapel Hill, Carrboro and Raleigh (which are
"Reverend" — issued a statement Wednesday through the Charlotte-based Billy Graham Evangelistic Association (BGEA) in support of Amendment 1, the constitutional marriage discrimination amendment being put before North Carolina voters next Tuesday.
My question to all North Carolinians is this: Do we really want Amendment 1 of the North Carolina Constitution to restrict the rights of fellow citizens?
All, we're getting reports here in Chapel Hill, Carrboro and Raleigh (which are base areas for us, e.g. anti-Amendment 1) of precincts handing out INCORRECT ballots. In North Carolina, 17-year-olds can vote in the statewide
by Kellen Moore A majority of North Carolina voters are “for” a constitutional amendment stating that the marriage of one man and one woman is the only domestic legal union that shall be valid or recognized in this state. As of 11:15 pm Tuesday,