Backers of Calif. marriage ban say issue will be on ballot

04/22/2008 | San Francisco Chronicle

Protect Marriage, a coalition of religious groups in California, claims to have gathered more than 1.1 million signatures to get a constitutional marriage ban on the state ballot in November. The state requires 694,354 signatures, or 8% of the votes cast in the most recent governor's race, to qualify a ballot question. Seth Kilbourn, political director of Equality California, said he is "confident" the measure will be defeated "when and if" it goes before voters.

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