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Archive for the 'Virginia Gay Marriage Amendment' Category

Republican HoD Candidate Calls For Repeal Of Virginia’s Gay Marriage Amendment

by @ Saturday, August 22nd, 2009. Filed under Virginia, Virginia Gay Marriage Amendment, Virginia Politics

A Republican candidate for the 47th District in Virginia’s House of Delegates is taking a stand that may surprise some members of his party: A candidate for office in Arlington who wants to get rid of the state constitutional amendment banning gay marriage, eliminate the military’s “don’t ask, don’t tell” policy and allow the county […]

The Election Is Almost Over…..Thank God

by @ Monday, November 6th, 2006. Filed under 2006 Election, Politics, Virginia Gay Marriage Amendment

One of the reasons I’ve been quiet for most of the past month is that there has been only one thing to talk about — the 2006 mid-term elections — and there really isn’t anything good to say about them. Despite clear evidence that they will lose one or both Houses of Congress, some Republicans […]

Supporting Bigotry

by @ Tuesday, August 1st, 2006. Filed under 2006 Election, Virginia Gay Marriage Amendment

It looks like Virginia’s referendum on a Constitutional Amendment to ban same-sex marriage is on its way to an overwhelming victory: RICHMOND — A proposed constitutional ban in Virginia on same-sex “marriage” has broad public support heading into the fall referendum, according to a statewide poll. Asked how they would vote on a constitutional amendment […]

Void For Vagueness

As summer turns into fall, the fall election will heat up considerably, and one of the biggest fights in Virginia this year, aside from the Senate race between George Allen and James Webb, will be over the referendum to add an Amendment banning same-sex marriage to Virginia’s Constitution. As I’ve announced before, I am opposed […]

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