URGENT: Stop New Hampshire from abolishing marriage equality


Watch Craig’s powerful video – then, join him in telling the NH legislature to keep this disastrous bill from ever becoming law. Time is running out before the vote starts.

Watch Republican Craig Stowell explain why he’s standing up for his gay brother, Calvin.

Our team has been working around the clock in New Hampshire to stop this bill from passing – with phone calls, door-to-door canvassing, and meetings with legislators – but it’s just not enough. We need to show New Hampshire that the rest of the country is watching.

You don’t need to live in New Hampshire to know what’s happening there is wrong. You don’t need to be a Democrat or a liberal either. We all have a stake in equality, so we’re calling on the whole country to rally against the hate unfolding before our eyes.

And you need to be heard, now – before the legislature casts its first votes.

Despite national polls showing majority support for marriage equality – including more and more pro-equality Republicans like Craig – not a single Republican presidential candidate spoke out against the New Hampshire bill while campaigning in the state’s primary.

It’s cowardice, plain and simple, and it’s not going to stop until we make legislating bigotry a losing proposition.

Watch Craig’s moving dedication to his brother and then sign our petition to the New Hampshire state legislature.

With your help, we’ll send a message to right-wing politicians everywhere, and make sure this terrible bill never gets enough votes to become law.

For all our families,

Kevin Nix
Campaign Media Director

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