Dozens of volunteers for both the Marylanders for Marriage Equality coalition and President Barack Obama’s re-election campaign spread throughout Druid Hill Park on the final day of Baltimore Pride — the annual celebration of the city’s gay and lesbian community — passing out stickers, selling T-shirts, registering voters and enlisting supporters. Their promotional materials were nearly ubiquitous.
“This is about people’s lives,” said Kevin Nix, a marriage equality coalition spokesman. “It’s about people getting married and protecting their kids.”
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