As I was walking to class on October 3rd, I walked through a “Vote No” rally in front of our student center. In Minnesota “Vote No” is the movement opposing an amendment to the Minnesota state constitution that would ban marriage between same-sex couples and would keep “marriage solely between one man and one woman”.
In the middle of all the vote no signs stood one older man, not a student or faculty to any of our knowledge, with a “Vote Yes” sign. He, of course, has every right to do this, but the way the students with “Vote No” signs handled it was priceless.
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As I was walking to class on October 3rd, I walked through a “Vote No” rally in front of our student center. In Minnesota “Vote No” is the movement opposing an amendment to the Minnesota state constitution that would ban marriage between same-sex couples and would keep “marriage solely between one man and one woman”.

In the middle of all the vote no signs stood one older man, not a student or faculty to any of our knowledge, with a “Vote Yes” sign. He, of course, has every right to do this, but the way the students with “Vote No” signs handled it was priceless.

(Source: Facebook)