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Spread the word about marriage in Maine, Maryland, Minnesota and Washington!

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On Tuesday, voters will decide on issues important to LGBT people. As November 6 approaches, advocates for marriage equality in Maine, Maryland, and Washington are working hard to ensure that ballot questions that would legalize marriage for gay and lesbian couples pass, while supporters in Minnesota work hard against a constitutional amendment that would ban marriage equality.

Social media is playing a major role in the campaigns in the four states, and you can help spread the word about ballot measures important to the lives of lesbian and gay couples in these states. GLAAD and other organizations have created resources that you can share on social media. You can check them out below:

Click Share at the bottom of this photo on GLAAD's Facebook page.

Click Share at the bottom of this photo on GLAAD's Facebook page.

Click Share at the bottom of this photo on GLAAD's Facebook page.

Click Share at the bottom of this photo on GLAAD's Facebook page.

Click Share at the bottom of this photo on GLAAD's Facebook page.

Click Share at the bottom of this photo on GLAAD's Facebook page.

Click Share at the bottom of this photo on GLAAD's Facebook page.

Check out some of the latest ads from Maine, Maryland, Minnesota and Washington:

Maine

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Maryland

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Minnesota

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Washington

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Visit the Facebook pages of Mainers United for Marriage, Marylanders for Marriage Equality, Minnesotans United for All Families, Washington United for Marriage and the Four 2012 for more resources you can share! Check out GLAAD's vote page for more information.

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