NOM's Thomas Peters responds in an interview with Reuters to a new plan by gay marriage activists to target four states next:
Opponents of same-sex marriage called the Freedom to Marry's four-state strategy overly optimistic.
"They're hugely overplaying their hand," said Thomas Peters, a spokesman for the National Organization for Marriage, which opposes gay marriage.
"These are states where gay marriage advocates have been saying for months, if not years, that gay marriage is inevitable and they've made no progress."
In Illinois, a bill to recognize same-sex marriage stalled in the state legislature this year but could be revived when lawmakers return in the fall.