Survey Says: Minnesotans Reject Same-Sex Marriage!


National Organization for Marriage

Dear Marriage Supporter,

The propaganda from same-sex marriage activists — and their allies in the media — is relentless.

They want you to believe that you are alone, isolated, and that your neighbors and co-workers all support same-sex marriage. They want you to believe that last November's marriage amendment vote means the people of Minnesota support same-sex marriage.

It is time to retire that argument.

A new SurveyUSA poll out this week makes it official: Just 42% of Minnesotans support same-sex marriage. And fifty-four percent say we should leave marriage as it is — the union of a husband and wife.

You and I knew that already . . . but do your state legislators?

Gay marriage advocates are making a strong push to redefine marriage this year. In fact they have hired more than a half-dozen lobbyists to pressure legislators.

We need to make sure legislators know what their constituents really think about marriage.

Here's what I need you to do:

  1. Contact your state senator and representative today! Use this link to send an email to your elected officials, or better still, click here to look up their phone numbers and make a personal phone call to let your senator and representative know: Don't redefine marriage, our only civil institution that connects children with parents. Marriage matters!

  2. Plan to attend the Minnesota for Marriage Lobby Day and Rally which will be held March 7th at the State Capitol from 2pm-5pm (rally starts at 2:30pm).

  3. Finally, please forward this email to friends and family throughout the state, or use the buttons below to share on Facebook and Twitter. It's going to take thousands of Minnesotans like you working together to preserve marriage in Minnesota. Help spread the word today!

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I know I can count on you to help. Thank you for keeping up the momentum!

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