Gay Marriage Slipping Behind in Maine

With 60 percent of precincts reporting in Maine, the yes votes for repeal of gay marriage are now ahead, 51.58 to 48.42 percent. More clear outcomes on tax ...
by | November 3, 2009

With 60 percent of precincts reporting in Maine, the yes votes for repeal of gay marriage are now ahead, 51.58 to 48.42 percent.

More clear outcomes on tax issues. A taxpayer bill of rights amendment is (again) losing, as is a proposal to scale back the state's excise tax on automobiles.

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