Dear Marriage Supporter,
In just two days, New Yorkers from across the state will come together in Manhattan, Albany, Buffalo and Rochester, declaring publicly that, even as same-sex couples begin marrying under the new same-sex marriage regime, the marriage debate is far from over, and cannot be until politicians finally agree to let all New Yorkers vote.
I hope you'll join us at 3pm this Sunday afternoon as we gather in simultaneous rallies across New York to reaffirm the truth about marriage, democracy and religious liberty. Together, we will call upon Governor Cuomo and the politicians in Albany to "Let the People Vote!"
Can't make it to one of "Let the People Vote" rallies? No problem. You can join us online and become a virtual marcher. We will be broadcasting live video simultaneously on Sunday from all four event locations at LetThePeopleVote.com.
City clerks are being threatened with jail if they refuse to issue same-sex marriage licenses. Innkeepers and banquet halls face litigation if they refuse to celebrate a same-sex wedding reception. Intimidation is fast becoming the hallmark of the gay marriage agenda.
I hope you'll join us as together we tell the world that the truth will not be silenced! We will stand and fight for marriage until this civil wrong has been righted, and the people of New York are given their right to vote.
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- WHO: You and thousands of other marriage supporters!
- WHAT: Let the People Vote!
Simultaneous rallies in Manhattan, Albany, Rochester and Buffalo
Plus an online simulcast from all four locations
- WHEN: This Sunday afternoon (July 24th) @ 3:00pm ET
- Albany – West Capitol Park (South Swan and State Streets)
- Manhattan – 633 Third Avenue
- Rochester – Liberty Pole (East Avenue and East Main Street)
- Buffalo – Buffalo City Hall (65 Niagara Square #201.)
- WHY: We are standing up to tell the world that the truth will not be silenced. New York politicians will be held accountable for their votes, and the people of New York demand the right to vote on marriage, just as voters in 31 other states have already done.
Marriage has survived for thousands of years, and it will survive this latest challenge as well. This Sunday is a powerful moment to remind everyone watching that our setbacks are only temporary, and that marriage will emerge victorious and intact in the end.
Proud to be standing with you,
Brian S. Brown
National Organization for Marriage
PS: Can you give $20 or $30 to help offset the costs of weekend's rallies? Your gift right now would be very much appreciated to help cover the costs of Sunday's events and prepare for future efforts in defense of marriage! Click here to make your secure online gift right now.