Apathy Is the Enemy in Wisconsin Ballot Battle



Like most Americans, especially those of the gay persuasion, my husband David and I were debilitated by the shock and awfulness of the 2004 presidential election. But we weren’t paralyzed for long: the day after Bush was again crowned President, we sat down with my sister-in-law and hatched a plan to fight off the radical Right’s latest charge against the gay community.

On the ballot in Wisconsin this November is a constitutional amendment that would ban marriage, civil unions, and domestic partnerships for the state’s same-sex couples.

Bryan Ochalla is the co-founder of BlockOut Wisconsin.


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