7 Counties in North Carolina Against Gay Marriage


Kellen Moore
Mountain Times
May 10, 2012

The amendment has passed.

A majority of North Carolina voters are “for” a constitutional amendment stating that the marriage of one man and one woman is the only domestic legal union that shall be valid or recognized in this state.

By midnight Wednesday, the referendum had passed statewide with about 61 percent for and about 39 percent against the amendment.

But Watauga County defied that trend, with 50.8 percent voting against and 49.2 percent voting for, according to unofficial results.

Read full articleThe amendment has passed.

A majority of North Carolina voters are “for” a constitutional amendment stating that the marriage of one man and one woman is the only domestic legal union that shall be valid or recognized in this state.

By midnight Wednesday, the referendum had passed statewide with about 61 percent for and about 39 percent against the amendment.

But Watauga County defied that trend, with 50.8 percent voting against and 49.2 percent voting for, according to unofficial results.

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