Born Gay?
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The following eleven states voted to ban same-sex marriages on Tuesday, Nov. 2, 2004, according to the Washington Post. The results, with winners in bold, were as follows:

State Yes/No Percent Popular Vote
1. Arkansas Yes to ban 75% 746,382
No to ban 25% 248,827
2. Georgia Yes to ban 76% 2,273,317
No to ban 24% 701,466
3. Kentucky Yes to ban 75% 1,216,009
No to ban 25% 415,026
4. Michigan Yes to ban 59% 2,685,892
No to ban 41% 1,901,842
5. Mississippi Yes to ban 86% 902,609
No to ban 14% 145,490
6. Montana Yes to ban 67% 289,463
No to ban 33% 145,741
7. North Dakota Yes to ban 73% 222,899
No to ban 27% 81,396
8. Ohio Yes to ban 62% 3,242,160
No to ban 38% 2,010,876
9. Oklahoma Yes to ban 76% 1,075,079
No to ban 24% 347,246
10. Oregon Yes to ban 57% 974,703
No to ban 43% 740,321
11. Utah Yes to ban 66% 557,278
No to ban 34% 283,949
TOTALS: Yes to ban 67% 14,185,791
No to ban 33% 7,022,180

 

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