Black Pastors and Leaders Explain Why They're Voting Yes on Minnesota Marriage Protection Amendment


The StarTribune:

"...In other states, supporters of traditional marriage have relied on strong backing from blacks to pass measures against same-sex marriage. Minnesotans for Marriage, the primary group backing the amendment, has worked hard at recruiting churches and has particularly targeted blacks with billboards around the Twin Cities that feature a handsome young black bride and groom, along with a plea to vote for the amendment.

The Rev. Jerry McAfee, president of the Minnesota State Baptist Convention, said the plea is one he'll relay to his followers.

"My plan today is to vote yes, direct my people to vote yes," McAfee said."

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