Petition Closed
Petitioning District 2 Commissioner Tony Ortiz and 18 others
This petition will be delivered to:
District 2 Commissioner
Tony Ortiz
District 3 Commissioner
Robert F. Stuart
District 4 Commissioner
Patty Sheehan
District 5 Commissioner
Daisy W. Lynum
District 6 Commissioner
Samuel B. Ings
Chief of Staff
Frank Billingsley
Executive Assistant to the Mayor
Kathy Scanlon
Administrative Specialist
Sharon Wilson
Hispanic Affairs Advisor
Alicia Ramirez
Public Affairs Director
Carson Chandler
Press Secretary
Heather Fagan
Public Information Officer
Cassandra Lafser
City Clerk
Alana Brenner
Director of Communications & Neighborhood Relations
Michele Brennan
Director of Community Affairs
Marcia H. Goodwin
Director of Intergovernmental Relations
Kathleen Russell
Director of Constituent Services
Reggie McGill
District 1 Commissioner
Phil Diamond
Mayor of Orlando
Buddy Dyer

Mayor Buddy Dyer: It's Time to Support the Freedom to Marry

Mayor Buddy Dyer,

While we are extremely happy with the recent inclusion of the Domestic Partner Registry in the City of Orlando, we feel that is it time for us to voice our support for complete equality and protection under the law. More than 150 mayors from across the country have joined the Mayors for the Freedom to Marry Coalition. Within our own state of Florida, Mayors: Matti Bower of Miami Beach, Craig Cates of Key West, Joy Cooper of Hallandale Beach, David Levy of Palm Beach Gardens, Craig Lowe of Gainesville, John Marks of Tallahassee, Lori Moseley of Miramar, Jeri Muoio of West Palm Beach, and Frank Ortis of Pembroke Pines have already joined this coalition. Unfortunately, your name does not appear.

The strength and health of our cities are enhanced when all families are protected and supported. Many loving and committed same-sex couples are active participants in improving our communities, and they deserve to know their mayor supports them, too.

Furthermore, the freedom to marry enhances the economic competitiveness of our communities, improves the lives of families that call our cities home, and is simply the right thing to do.

Please visit http://www.freedomtomarry.org/pages/mayors-for-marriage-statement and sign on to the Mayors for the Freedom to Marry statement. Your city is counting on you to do the right thing.


Letter to
District 2 Commissioner Tony Ortiz
District 3 Commissioner Robert F. Stuart
District 4 Commissioner Patty Sheehan
and 16 others
District 5 Commissioner Daisy W. Lynum
District 6 Commissioner Samuel B. Ings
Chief of Staff Frank Billingsley
Executive Assistant to the Mayor Kathy Scanlon
Administrative Specialist Sharon Wilson
Hispanic Affairs Advisor Alicia Ramirez
Public Affairs Director Carson Chandler
Press Secretary Heather Fagan
Public Information Officer Cassandra Lafser
City Clerk Alana Brenner
Director of Communications & Neighborhood Relations Michele Brennan
Director of Community Affairs Marcia H. Goodwin
Director of Intergovernmental Relations Kathleen Russell
Director of Constituent Services Reggie McGill
District 1 Commissioner Phil Diamond
Mayor of Orlando Buddy Dyer
I just signed the following petition addressed to: Mayor Buddy Dyer.

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Mayor Buddy Dyer: It's Time to Support the Freedom to Marry

Mayor Buddy Dyer,

While we are extremely happy with the recent inclusion of the Domestic Partner Registry in the City of Orlando we feel that is it time for us to voice our support for complete equality and protection under the law. More than 150 mayors from across the country have joined the Mayors for the Freedom to Marry Coalition. Within our own state of Florida, Mayors: Matti Bower of Miami Beach, Craig Cates of Key West, Joy Cooper of Hallandale Beach, David Levy of Palm Beach Gardens, Craig Lowe of Gainesville, John Marks of Tallahassee, Lori Moseley of Miramar, Jeri Muoio of West Palm Beach, and Frank Ortis of Pembroke Pines have already joined this coalition. Unfortunately, your name does not appear.

The strength and health of our cities are enhanced when all families are protected and supported. Many loving and committed same-sex couples are active participants in improving our communities, and they deserve to know their mayor supports them, too.

Furthermore, the freedom to marry enhances the economic competitiveness of our communities, improves the lives of families that call our cities home, and is simply the right thing to do.

Please visit http://www.freedomtomarry.org/pages/mayors-for-marriage-statement and sign on to the Mayors for the Freedom to Marry statement. Your city is counting on you to do the right thing.

Sincerely,

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Sincerely,