State Marriage Amendment Votes

Alaska (1998) — Ballot Measure 2  YES 152,965 (68.1%) / NO 71,631 (31.9%)

Hawaii (1998) — Legislative Power to Reserve Marriage to Opposite-Sex Couples Act  YES 285,384 (69.18%) / NO 117,827 (30.82%)

Nebraska (2000) — Nebraska Marriage Definition Amendment YES 477,571 (67.5%) / NO 203,667 (28.8%)

Nevada (2000) — Nevada Marriage Amendment YES 412,688 (69.62%) / NO 180,077 (30.38%)

Nevada (2002) Nevada Marriage Amendment YES 337,197 (67.2) / NO 164,573 (32.8%)

Montana (2004) — Montana Marriage Verification Measure YES 295,070 (66.6%) / NO 148,263 (33.4%)

Oregon (2004) — Oregon Ballot Measure 36 YES 1,028,546 (56.63%) / NO 787,556 (43.37%)

Utah (2004) — Utah Marriage Amendment YES 593,297 (65.9%) / NO307,488 (34.1%)

Missouri (2004) — Missouri Marriage Amendment YES 1,055,771 (70.6%) / NO 439,529 (29.4%)

Michigan (2004) — Proposal 2 YES 2,698,077 (58.6%) / NO 1,904,319 (41.4%)

North Dakota (2004) — North Dakota Defining Marriage Amendment YES 164,471 (73%) / NO 59,315 (27%)

Ohio (2004) —  Ohio Marriage Amendment YES 3,329,335 (61.7%) / NO 2,065,462 (38.3%)

Oklahoma (2004) —  State Question No. 711 YES 1,075,216 (75.6%) / NO 347,303 (24.4%)

Louisiana (2004) — Louisiana Marriage Amendment YES 619,908 (78%) / NO 177,067 (22%)

Arkansas (2004) — Arkansas Constitutional Amnedment 3 YES 753,770 (75%) / NO 251,914 (25%)

Georgia (2004) — Constitutional Amendment 1 YES 2,454,912 (76.2%) / NO 768,703 (23.8%)

Kentucky (2004) — Kentucky Marriage Amendment YES 1,222,125 (74.6%) / NO 417,097 (25.4%)

Mississippi (2004) — Mississippi Marriage Definition Amendment YES 957,104 (86%) / NO 155,648 (14%)

Kansas (2005) — Kansas Marriage Amendment YES 417,675 (70%) / NO 179,432 (30%)

Texas (2005) — Texas Proposition 2 YES 1,723,782 (76.25%) / NO 536,913 (23.75%)

Colorado (2006) — Colorado Amendment 43 YES 865,126 (55.02%) / NO 674,030 (44.98%)

Arizona * (2006) Arizona Proposition 107 NO 775,498 (51.8%) / YES 721,489 (48.2%) Same-sex Marriage approved

Idaho (2006) — Idaho House Joint Resolution 2 YES 282,386 (63.4%) / NO 163,384 (36.6%)

South Dakota (2006) — South Dakota Amendment C YES 172,305 (52%) /NO 160,152 (48%)

Wisconsin (2006) — Wisconsis Marriage Amendment YES 1,264,310 (59.4%) / NO 862,924 (40.6%)

Alabama (2006) — Alabama Sanctity of Marriage Amendment YES 697,591 (81.2%) / NO 161,694 (18.8%)

South Carolina (2006) — South Carolina Amendment 1 YES 829,360 (78%) / NO 234,316 (22%)

Tennessee (2006) — Tennessee Amendment 2 YES 1,419,434 (81.3%) / NO 327,536 (18.7%)

Virginia (2006) — Virginia Marriage Amendment YES 1,328,537 (57.1%) / NO 999,687 (42.9%)

Arizona (2008) — Arizona Proposition 102 YES 1,258,355 (56.2%) / NO 980,753 (43.8%)

California (2008) — Proposition 8 YES 7,001,084 (52.3%) / NO 6,401,482 (47.7%)

Florida (2008) — Florida Marriage Amendment YES 4,645,602 (62.1%) / NO 2,833,052 (37.9%)

North Carolina (2012) — North Carolina Same-Sex Marriage Amendment YES 1,303,952 (61.05%) / NO 831,788 (38.95%)

Washington (2012) — Washington Referendum 74 Yes 985,308 (51.79%) / No 917,197 (48.21%) Same-Sex Marriage approved

Minnesota (2012) — Minnesota Amendment 1 Yes 1,507,308 (52.34%) / No 1,400,805 (47.66%) Same-Sex Marriage approved

Maryland (2012) — Maryland Question 6 Yes 1,252,568 (51.9%) / No 1,158,719 (48.1%) Same-Sex Civil Marriage approved

Maine (2012) — Maine Question 1 Yes 345,134 (52.89%) / No 307,468 (47.11%) Same-Sex Marriage approved

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* Arizona voters did pass same-sex marriage by a very close margin, but was very soon overturned to be defined as one man-one woman.