Oregon gay-rights supporters aim for 2012 marriage vote
The 2012 general elections may be more than a year away, but Basic Rights Oregon — the state’s largest gay-rights organization — already is planning a voter-education campaign on same-sex marriage.
The group plans to begin collecting signatures in October for a possible 2012 ballot campaign, said Jeana Frazzini, executive director of Basic Rights Oregon.
The announcement was made during a Garden Party fundraiser in South Salem benefiting the organization.
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Posted on Aug. 16, 2011
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