In the wake of the passage of the marriage equality bill in Delaware, the Delaware Family Policy Council promises to help run out of office legislators who voted for the bill, especially those who were expected to vote no. On Top Magazine reports:
Speaking to the News Journal, Theis had a warning for lawmakers who voted for the bill. “There are legislators who said they would vote ‘no’ on redefining marriage. We trusted them. We stood by them. Now we must hold them accountable,” she said. “We did poll Senator Hall-Long’s district, because she has very active evangelical churches in her district. According to that polling, she will be replaced,” Theis said.
Of course, elections are still a long ways away, and Delaware is already at 54% support for marriage equality, according to the latest polling. So good luck with that.