It's E-Day!

It's time. If you've already voted, most likely you're helping us get the rest of the "No" voters to the polls. Thank you.

If you haven't voted, most polls are open from 7am - 8pm. If you have questions about how to vote, where your polling place is, or what you need to register to vote, visit our voting guide or visit Wisconsin's State Elections Board website.

It's going to be a tight race and we need absolutely every single "No" vote we can get.

This blog will probably be pretty quiet today. But tonight, we'll be making a lot of noise, and you're welcome to join us at our Election Party. In Madison, we'll be at the Monona Terrace from 8:15-midnight, and in Milwaukee we'll be at M's 1101 S. 2nd St., in Walker's Point.


At 10:40 AM, Blogger Bob Moore said...

Today, a life-long Republican co-worker asked me how he should vote on the SSM ban. I told him that I would appreciate him voting "No." He said he would vote "No."
WooHoo, another vote for fairness!

At 1:55 PM, Blogger Bethykins said...

I just voted no and it felt great! I hope we can defeat this senseless amendment.

At 2:30 PM, Blogger Lexi_cat said...

Go Wisconsin!

I moved from Wisconsin to North Carolina just before the ammendment made it through the second session of Congress. I was active in the campaign to fight it with Action Wisconsin and am watching closely now.

I know most if not all of my friends still in Wisconsin are voting "No".

I have faith that Wisconsin will beat this!

At 3:26 PM, Blogger Cheri said...

I live in the 28th ward and there was a woman voting next to me who went up to the desk to ask what the amendment meant. A worker called another guy over who told her that where our current law says "husband and wife" the new amendment would have it say "one man and one woman." He neglected to tell her anything about the second sentence. So I did.

At 4:20 PM, Blogger Prima said...

While there was no doubt that I was voting no, I was worried about my husband (a registered Republican) who pretty much said that since he didn't have a vested interest either way, that he likely wouldn't vote on it at all.

But, at 3PM he changed his mind and went and voted no. :)

At 4:44 PM, Blogger Kevin said...

Thank you for helping someone understand, at the last minute, what this amendment really means.

Not to change the subject, but had to laugh that on election day its reported that Britney Spears filed for divorce today.

Yep, gay marriage is ruining the sanctity of marriage. I guess Britney's 55 hour marriage and now this one, oh yeah, with two kids and the youngest born on 9/12/06, is a better example of what marriage is compared to two people of the same sex who wants to at least have a committed relationship.

Still praying that the no vote will win.

At 7:16 PM, Blogger Jenn said...

With an hour to go until the polls close and results to come by the end of the night, I just wanted to say thank you to all at Fair Wisconsin who worked tirelessly on behalf of unmarried couples across the state, gay and straight. I feel a combination of depression and rage when I think that right now, people who have never even met me or my partner are deciding if we deserve equal rights. But it would be a whole lot worse if I didn't think we had a shot at winning, and thanks to FW we do.


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