The campaign fighting to legalize same-sex marriage in Maine said Thursday its fundraising has passed the $1 million mark and that 64 percent of the contributions have come from within Maine.
Mainers United for Marriage also said its campaign volunteers have spoken to 100,000 voters about the question that will appear on November’s ballot.
“The polling has only gone one way on this issue, and it continues to go up,” Matt McTighe, campaign manager for Mainers United for Marriage, said at a news conference at the State House. “It’s that level of support that we’re seeing every day when we’re out talking to our neighbors.”
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