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Revision as of 08:22, 9 June 2011

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Stand for Marriage Maine is the official organization sponsoring Maine Same-Sex Marriage People's Veto (2009). Their official website was launched August 27, 2009.[1]

2009 campaign

See also: Maine Same-Sex Marriage People's Veto, Question 1 (2009)

"There's a million other things we'd rather be doing but we believe this is a fight worth fighting. The Legislature and Governor Baldacci did a disservice to the people of Maine, and the people deserve to know what this law is all about. We're fighting for a good cause," said Stand for Marriage Maine communications director Scott Fish.[2]

TV campaign ads can be viewed here.


Yes on One ad, 9-15-09

Individual groups that support placing the measure on the ballot include, according to Stand for Marriage Maine:[3]

  • Roman Catholic Diocese of Portland
  • Maine Jeremiah Project
  • National Organization for Marriage
  • Maine Marriage Initiative
  • Daughters of Isabella
  • Knights of Columbus
  • Concerned Women of America, Maine Chapter
  • Maine Coalition of Concerned Families
  • Eagle Forum
  • Family Watch International
  • Marriage4 Maine

Contact information

Phone: 207-846-9052

See also

Pencil.png Interview with Scott Fish (10/8/09)

External links

Additional reading