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Maine Poll: Marriage Leads By 19 Points

A poll released today shows the attempt to return same-sex marriage to Maine leading by a wide margin.
55 percent of voters support a referendum to legalize marriage between gay and lesbian couples, while only 36 percent oppose the proposed law. If passed, the referendum will provide marriage licenses for same-sex couples without requiring any religion or clergy to perform a ceremony that would violate their religious doctrine. In 2009, Maine voters repealed a law legalizing same-sex marriage.
RELATED: GOProud's Chris Barron says that if marriage wins in Maine, he and his husband will renew their vows there. Cross your fingers for the dumb as shit gay left Taliban, Chris!

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