North Carolina adds Same-Sex ‘Marriage’ Amendment to 2012 Ballot

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After years of effort, North Carolina voters will get to decide the fate of marriage. An amendment to protect traditional marriage and ban the recognition of same-sex “marriages” will be on the May 2012 ballot. Because this issue will be decided on the primary ballot, before the general election, Concerned Women for America of North Carolina Associate State Director Mary Frances Forrester and her husband North Carolina State Senator Jim Forrester, say that it is important for traditionally-minded citizens to get the word out to family and friends to insure they are registered voters, and to get to the polls on the critical day in May.

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