In just six days, NOM’s Summer for Marriage Tour 2010 will begin in Augusta, Maine, visiting 19 states and 23 cities over five weeks. Over these five weeks, we will meet thousands of Americans from across the eastern U.S. who are committed to protecting marriage in their own communities. And better yet, each person attending a Marriage Tour rally will be connected with others in his or her own hometown who can join together in making a difference.
I hope you’ll plan to join us. Click here to view the full tour schedule.
Next week’s highlights!
Wednesday, 7/14 – Augusta, Maine. Our first stop is in Augusta, Maine next Wednesday (7/14) at noon, as we rally in Capitol Park across from the State House. I will be speaking, along with Dr. Jennifer Roback Morse, Maine Jeremiah Project Director Bob Emrich, and other local leaders.
Thursday, 7/15 – Manchester, New Hampshire. Next Thursday, July 15th, we’ll be in Manchester, New Hampshire with Cornerstone Policy Research Executive Director Kevin Smith, gathering at noon at City Hall Plaza, 900 Elm Street, in Manchester.
Saturday, 7/17 – Albany, New York. Albany is Saturday’s destination, as we gather in West Capitol Park at 2:00pm. Confirmed speakers for our NY rally include Rev. Jason McGuire, President of New Yorker’s Family Research Foundation, along with Dr. Morse and myself.
Sunday, 7/18 – Providence, Rhode Island. And on Sunday afternoon, July 18th, the tour will arrive in Providence, Rhode Island for a rally with NOM Rhode Island director Chris Plante, Attorney Scott Spear, and either Bishop Tobin or Auxiliary Bishop Evans from the Diocese of Providence. The Rhode Island rally will begin at 2:00pm on the South Steps of the Rhode Island State House.
Please visit www.marriagetour2010.com for the complete tour schedule and information, as well as the latest updates including tour photos, video footage, and more. I hope to see you on the road this summer!