Pledge Your Support for the Freedom to Marry in New Jersey!

Pledge Your Support for the Freedom to Marry in New Jersey!

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      New Jersey United for Marriage

All across New Jersey, committed same-sex couples are doing the hard work of building strong families, and yet they’re denied the protection and security that only marriage can provide.

All loving couples in New Jersey should be able to share in the freedom to marry -- so that they can take care of the ones they love, through tough times and good times, in sickness and in health.

Add your voice to the growing number of New Jerseyans who believe in marriage for all loving couples. Take the pledge now: commit your support to winning marriage for all New Jersey families!

I am a New Jerseyan who believes in marriage for all loving and committed couples. I believe that committed same-sex couples should be allowed to share in the freedom to marry. I pledge to work to enable same-sex couples and their families to share equally in the responsibilities, protections, and commitment of marriage.

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    • Carolyn Moore CARTERET, NJ
      • 7 months ago

      Everyone deserve's the right to be treated equally and to have the same rights and respect as everyone else!!!!

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    • Kaitlin Magee EAST BRUNSWICK, NJ
      • 7 months ago

      As a NJ resident, I want to be able to marry whomever I want. I don't even like the thought of marriage, but if I find that one person I would absolutely do it for, I shouldn't be restricted based on our biological genders.

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    • Megan Demarest BROOKLYN, NY
      • 9 months ago

      It's a basic human rights issue- it should be important to EVERYONE.

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    • Mugdha Mohan DEHI, INDIA
      • 9 months ago

      For it should be universally acceptable. Vows of love meant for each couple in love.

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    • Mabelyn Glanzman NORTH ARLINGTON, NJ
      • 9 months ago

      Because discrimination is wrong, because love is universal...and I know many gay couples who deserve to be equal.

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