Four states will vote on same-sex marriage issues November, the New York Times reported.
Voters in Maryland, Maine, and Washington will be voting on initiatives to allow same-sex marriage or to repeal previous bans, The New York Times said. Minnesota is the only state of the four voting on a proposed constitutional amendment to ban same-sex marriage.
The initiatives come in a voting year where more young people are likely to vote. President Barack Obama has recently declared his support for the G.L.B.T. community, and the administration has had a large presence at Pride parades and festivals across the country in order to secure votes from the community, The New York Times reported.