America Speaking Out Website Fixed -- Vote Today!


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Dear Friends of Marriage,

Many, many thanks if you were able to vote for marriage on the new AmericaSpeakingOut website launched by the House Republicans this week.  

And if you are one of the many who experienced technical difficulties with the newly launched site on Tuesday, I apologize for the trouble.

We now have word that the site's technical glitches have been fixed and that the site is operating properly.

Your vote today is critical. The GOP is using this site to listen to voters as they begin to set the agenda for the elections this fall. Don't let gay marriage groups outvote us and our values!

1)  Click here to place your vote! Vote Thumbs Up to protect marriage as the union of a man and a woman.  

You'll be asked to create a login, then place your vote. And while you're there, use the icons to post to your Facebook/Twitter feeds, or leave a comment for other visitors to read!

"Protect marriage as the union of a man and a woman. Children do best with a married mother and father, and our laws and our judges should respect and defend this most fundamental institution of society."

The earlier you go to vote, the more powerful your vote will be. Over the past two days there have been hundreds of items posted by visitors to the site. Whatever issues win early votes will appear in the top ten issues, generating more votes from latecomers.

Please do it right now . . . vote yes for marriage!


Brian BrownBrian S. Brown
National Organization for Marriage
20 Nassau Street, Suite 242
Princeton, NJ 08542
[email protected]

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