Writes Louise Radnofsky in Tuesday’s WSJ:
Four states were deciding on same-sex-marriage questions that gay-rights activists say could mark a turning point in their campaign for popular support. In Maine, Maryland and Washington state, measures would legalize same-sex marriage. Minnesota voters were asked whether to prevent their legislators from attempting such a move by amending the state constitution to limit marriage to opposite-sex couples.
|Maine||Maine Question 1||Gay Marriage wins 53% to 47%|
|Maryland||Maryland Question 6||Gay Marriage wins 52% to 48%|
|Washington||Washington Referendum 74||Same Marriage ahead 52% to 48% with 51% counted|
|Minnesota||Minnsota Amendment 1||Banning gay marriage failed. 51% to 48%|
It looks like they went 4-0 in 2012. Did Obama’s endorsement of this help in any way?