Missouri Marriage Definition, Amendment 2 (August 2004)
Marriage and Family
|Not on ballot|
The Missouri Marriage Amendment, also known as Constitutional Amendment 2, was a legislatively-referred constitutional amendment on the August 3, 2004 primary election ballot in Missouri, where it was approved.
|Constitutional Amendment 2 (Marriage Definition)|
Official results via: Missouri Secretary of State - Elections Division
Text of measure
The language that appeared on the ballot:
Shall the Missouri Constitution be amended so that to be valid and recognized in this state, a marriage shall exist only between a man and a woman?
Financing the campaign
The "yes" campaign spent $29,613, while the "no" campaign spent $488,189.
Donors to the pro-side included:
- Coalition to Protect Marriage in Missouri, $21,499.
Donors to the anti-side included:
- Human Rights Campaign, $111,750.
- National Gay and Lesbian Task Force, $20,500.
- ACLU of Eastern Missouri, $11,500.
- 2004 ballot measures
- Missouri 2004 ballot measures
- List of Missouri ballot measures
- Secretary of State of Missouri's ballot measure certifications for 2004
- 2004 Voter Guide: Initiative Petitions & Ballot Questions
- Election Results from the Missouri Secretary of State - Elections Division
State of Missouri
Jefferson City (capital)
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