Repeal this legislation
  • Petitioned Petition Against Amendment One to the North Carolina State Constitution

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Petition Against Amendment One to the North Carolina State Constitution

Repeal this legislation

    1. Daniel Salgado
    2. Petition by

      Daniel Salgado

      Cary, NC

It violates the U.S. Constitution, Amendment 14, Section 1, and also denies NC citizens of their inalienable rights, such as the pursuit of happiness. The Constitution is the "supreme law of the land" and supersedes any state legislation.

The ballot text can be found anywhere, but here is the link to the exact document:

This bill fails to recognize unmarried couples as partnerships, denying them of rights such as child services, social services, protection from domestic violence, and other things. This is unconstitutional and needs to be repealed.

Please sign and share if you are against this.

Thank you.

Recent signatures


    1. Reached 250 signatures
    2. We Need Support! Spread and share!

      Daniel Salgado
      Petition Organizer

      Currently, we have 34 signatures in less than 24 hours! Please, if you are against this legislation, let all know about it. Share this petition on Facebook, Twitter, or any other social networking site and let people know they can help make a difference by signing!

      I've updated the goal to 200 signatures, let's achieve that plus even more! Keep informing people and share this for all to see!

      Also, for reference, if you are curious as to the effects of Amendment One's passage, here is a study done last year by professors at UNC's school of Law:

      Good for backing up arguments and educating people. Thanks, and remember to sign and share!

    3. Reached 25 signatures


    Reasons for signing

    • richard meeker BELMONT, NC
      • over 2 years ago

      i am sick of the religious right running the show in this state. its time to fight back.

    • Marvin Lewis WINSTON-SALEM, NC
      • over 2 years ago


    • Edward Hyman ELIZABETH CITY, NC
      • over 2 years ago

      The government does not have the right to legislate a religious institution, such as marriage. It does not have the right to discriminate against people. I think it's repulsive to use majority rule to enforce restrictions on minorities.

    • carl locklear LONGS, SC
      • over 2 years ago

      Im from NC and whats happening there is an absolute joke. I feel that if they claim marriage to be so "sacred"or whatever term their using this week, then divorce shouldnt be an option that a man and a woman can choose. If i cant get married and have rights as a human being because im gay. Then those that aren't shouldn't be able to get out of the things they claim we'll ruin if allowed to do. Hell we "gays" probably know more about real marriage and sacrafice than any breeder.

    • Alan Cook GREENSBORO, NC
      • over 2 years ago

      Listen to Rev. William Barber on the issue!


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