New Tools to Help Support Marriage Equality in Washington State

Washington United for Marriage (WUM), the broad coalition working to defend the state's marriage law passed in April and to approve Referendum 74, has launched two get-out-the-vote tools to ensure that marriage equality is upheld in Washington state. Marriage equality was passed and signed into law by Governor Chris Gregoire in February 2012.

The GOTV tools include:

  1. "Get Out Your Friends" connection tool that can tell you how many of your friends in Washington state may have not yet voted. This tool also allows supporters to then send a message to their friends expressing their approval of the freedom to marry and activate their network to vote. 
  2. I'm voting APPROVE R74" picture generator to share on social networking sites and applications like Facebook, Twitter, Instagram, and Google+

To check out the tools visit For more information about the tools, click here.

Visit GLAAD’s Washington Vote Page for up to date information, and GLAAD’s voting page to familiarize yourself with the issues.



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