Vote NO on Prop 8 – And Remembering Harvey Milk

In just 2 short weeks,

Californians could help change history. 

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What is Prop 8?

Prop 8 would eliminate equal protections and put discrimination into the state constitution. Get the facts!

Why Vote No on Prop 8?

Prop.8 is unfair, unnecessary and wrong. Find out why Californians are voting no on Prop 8!

Who Opposes Prop 8?

Nearly every major newspaper in California, and groups representing teachers, nurses, seniors, business and labor, oppose Proposition 8. Read the current list of opponents.

Facts v. Fiction

Neutral observers say the Prop. 8 campaign has been untruthful and grossly misleading. Find out more!

Our battle begun in 1969 – The Stonewall Riots. But Harvey Milk really helped bring gay rights to the forefront in the Seventies. Harvey  Milk was an American politician and the first openly gay man to be elected to public office in California, as a member of the San Francisco Board of Supervisors.


Harvey Milk served almost eleven months as city supervisor and was responsible for passing a stringent gay rights ordinance in San Francisco. On November 27, 1978, Milk and Mayor George Moscone were assassinated by Dan White, another city supervisor who had recently resigned and wanted his job back.

Both Milk’s election and the events following his assassination demonstrated the liberalization of the population and political conflicts between the city government and a conservative police force.

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In you live in California, make sure you get out and vote! Let your voice be heard!
This is an important election year for all of us!