October 22nd, 2012
01:21 PM ET
1 year ago

Election Day may reveal shift on same-sex marriage

Baltimore, Maryland (CNN) - From her Baltimore kitchen, Rebecca Murphy is lobbying legislators, crafting signs and making phone calls as she wages a battle to allow gays and lesbians to marry in her state.

The married mother of two doesn't have a personal stake in the fight. Rather, Murphy represents the growing number of people nationwide who support gay rights regardless of their own sexual orientation.

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Filed under: 2012 • Maryland • Same-sex marriage
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  1. gt

    dont see much of shift in dixie....,

    October 22, 2012 01:23 pm at 1:23 pm |
  2. LacrosseMom

    Dixie, doesn't shift easily. Too many ignorant people.

    Most of Americans, especially, us, Independents, support civil rights for Gays, including marriage.

    October 22, 2012 01:50 pm at 1:50 pm |
  3. Bigred46

    Mr president ki k Rommey l butt' And luck Mr president

    October 22, 2012 02:10 pm at 2:10 pm |
  4. Al-NY,NY

    gt

    dont see much of shift in dixie....,
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    well Sooprise sooprise sooprise!!! Maybe they should try getting into the 20th century. I'll give them a little time there before asking them to join reality in TODAY's 21st century life

    October 22, 2012 02:14 pm at 2:14 pm |
  5. Ed1

    Gay right is one thing marriage different rights yes marriage no.

    If you can produce a baby without sperm or an egg go ahead but you can't so stop your winning and get over it.

    No problem with equal rights but marriage is between a man and a woman.

    October 22, 2012 02:22 pm at 2:22 pm |