Maine's Gay Marriage Law Now In Hands Of Voters, Ads Hit The Airwaves (VIDEO)
Governor John Baldacci of Maine has formally put the state's marriage equality law into the hands of voters after he signed a measure allowing a referendum on it in November. Anti-gay marriage supporters gathered nearly 100,000 signatures for their petition to get an initiative repealing the law on the ballot, far surpassing the number required
However, gay activists are confident about the campaign to protect marriage equality. They are heralding the first ads to go on the air as extremely powerful.
Another ad was released today by "NO on 1 / Protect Maine Equality."