Wednesday, May 04, 2005

News: "New Jersey: A State That Doesn't Hate"

A new poll by Zogby and Garden State Equality out this week says that 55% of New Jersey voters support gay marriage. And by nearly a two to one margin, New Jerseyans also say that their state legislature should not seek to ban gay marriage by constitutional amendment.

After helping to pass the state’s domestic partnership law last year, the organization Garden State Equality has organized an series of town hall meetings on the issue of gay marriage under the slogan: "New Jersey: A State That Doesn't Hate." The next meeting will be in Maplewood on Sunday, July 10, 2005, featuring Congressman Barney Frank.

The poll also asks if voters would consider casting a ballot for former Governor Jim “I am a gay American” McGreevey should he ever seek statewide office again. 49% say they would consider voting for McGreevey. 43% say they would not vote for him, but not because he’s gay. 6% report that they would never support McGreevey as he is gay.

1 Comments:

Blogger krishna kashyap av said...

Nice New Jersey people..
I too support them.
As a marriage is individual's decision
and wish..
Family law companies

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