Earlier this week, I reported that New Jersey may be the next state facing a public vote on marriage equality.
That is, if the opposition gets their way.
Supporters hope to have a marriage equality bill passed after November's elections. Incumbent Gov. Jon Corzine, who's running for re-election, is a staunch supporter, and if he loses the race (and right now, he's behind in the polls, though closing the gap), he'll leave office in January. So pro-marriage equality legislators, who have the votes, hope to pass the bill and have him sign it before the end of the year.
Yet Republican lawmakers are pushing for a referendum.
Running against Corzine is Republican Chris Christie. The candidates had a debate last night, and here's a short snippet from Christie:
Compare this to Corzine stumping earlier this year at Pride in Asbury Park, NJ:
Marriage equality is "fundamental" Corzine says. Gee, I bet you can guess who I would support.
Hopefully Corzine will continue to close the gap in the polls and win. And according to the AP's analysis of last night's debate, Christie failed to deliver.
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