Oregon United clears first hurdle on road to marriage equality

Kari Chisholm FacebookTwitterWebsite

Yesterday, on Valentine's Day - Oregon's birthday - the campaign for marriage equality kicked off its organizing drive.

The first step? Getting 1000 signatures on the proposed ballot measure (actually, two variations) in order to submit it to the state for ballot title review.

The campaign, Oregon United for Marriage Equality, cleared that threshold in one day.

And so, it begins.

The next step? 116,284 valid signatures statewide. That's a much bigger task, so get involved at OregonUnitedForMarriage.org.


connect with blueoregon