Marriage equality gives Democrats their most successful online campaign

Marriage EqualityIn the 2004 election, marriage equality advocates were on their heels after losing at the ballot box in eleven states.  At the time, only Massachusetts recognized same sex marriage and many saw these defeats as a repudiation of my state’s insistence to recognize the rights of gays and lesbians.

Fast forward less than a decade and the tide of public opinion has shifted in favor of legalizing same sex marriages.  Proof of that was the four wins in the November 2012 elections regarding same sex marriage.  Hoping to capitalize on the change of heart, the campaign arm of the House Democrats launched what has turned out to be their most successful online campaign ever.

The Democratic Congressional Campaign Committee reports that it has seen more than 10 million views on its Facebook page and nearly half a million Facebook likes.   If you’d like to show your support on Facebook like this page.

 

One response to “Marriage equality gives Democrats their most successful online campaign

  1. Love it, just a matter of time, not just in the US, but also in the UK and France and most of Europe!

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