After a long and expensive campaign about the definition of marriage, Minnesotans vote Tuesday on whether the state constitution should be amended to prohibit same-sex couples from legally marrying in the state. No matter how the vote turns out, it's not likely to end the debate in Minnesota ov…
Many gay couples in Minnesota are watching next week's vote on gay marriage and wondering if they'll ever see legal recognition for their relationships. If the constitutional amendment to ban gay marriage loses, it would be a symbolic victory for gay Minnesotans.
Opponents of Minnesota's constitutional amendment to ban gay marriage are pushing to get out the vote as the race enters its pivotal final week. Hundreds rallied for Minnesotans United for All Families at the University of Minnesota Monday.
A new Star Tribune Minnesota Poll shows the fight over a proposed constitutional amendment banning same-sex marriage is in a statistical dead heat. The Star Tribune reported Sunday that 48 percent of likely Minnesota voters support the amendment that would define marriage as between one man and one…
Supporters of gay marriage who are fighting a proposed ban on Minnesota's ballot are trying to win over a particularly skeptical audience: senior citizens. As Election Day approaches, polls show Minnesotans are closely divided on a constitutional ban.
The Constitutional Amendment Questions on the November ballot were the focus of a recent statewide survey conducted by St. Cloud State University. The 600 randomly chosen adult Minnesotans were interviewed October 15-21.
Former Minnesota Viking Matt Birk has proclaimed his support for an amendment banning gay marriage in Minnesota. Birk appears in a web-only ad and also wrote a commentary for the Star Tribune on Monday detailing his stance.
With gay marriage appearing on the ballot in four states this year, the airwaves are starting to fill up with ads aimed at persuading voters that same-sex relationships are OK. But one thing missing from those ads is actual gay people.