Would the constitutional amendment banning gay marriage passed by an overwhelming majority of Ohioans in 2004 pass if it were on the ballot today?
We may soon find out.
We went through an entire presidential election cycle with barely a peep from the candidates on social issues such as gay marriage.
Now, though, the debate over gay marriage is front and center in Ohio.
CNN is reporting Sen. Rob Portman of Ohio now supports gay marriage. Portman says he's had a change of heart since learning one of his sons is gay. See the story here.
In an editorial in the Columbus Dispatch, Portman writes: