Maryland has become the second state to vote in gay marriage. Maine passed a similar bill earlier Tuesday.
Maryland voters could become the first in the nation to decide by popular vote to allow illegal immigrants to pay in-state tuition at public colleges, provided the students have attended a state high school for three years and can show they have filed state income tax returns during that time.
The fight over same-sex marriage remains one of the most controversial issues on the ballot here in Maryland. Both sides are working overtime to get out the vote.
The White House is up for grabs and polls show this could be one of the closest races in history. Here in Maryland, several hot button issues will finally be decided.
In these final days before the election there’s a renewed push to influence African-American voters in the same-sex marriage debate. Many are those are considered to be on the fence.
It’s coming down to the wire for the campaigns that have dominated Maryland’s election year.
Brad Pitt has agreed to donate $100,000 to help the Human Rights Campaign raise money for its efforts to support same-sex marriage initiatives in several states.
In a week and a half, Maryland voters will decide whether to allow same-sex marriage in this state. And supporters are calling on high-profile help. With Election Day fast approaching, the mayor of New York City stands behind local leaders to rally for the message.
New York City Mayor Michael Bloomberg is coming to Maryland to speak in favor of same-sex marriage in Maryland.
Controversy continues over Question 6 as the fight for and against marriage equality in Maryland heats up as the election closes in.
Protesters At Gallaudet University Demand Reinstatement Of Official Suspended For Signing Gay Marriage Petition
Protesters demand the reinstatement of a Gallaudet University administrator suspended for signing Maryland’s same-sex marriage petition to referendum.
Supporters and opponents of gay marriage in Maryland are now planning to rally at Gallaudet University for the reinstatement of an administrator who signed a petition opposing gay marriage.