Sunday, November 29, 2020

Election Day

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Marriage: A Fundamental Right for All

Love is love: Cunningham recognizes marriage as an international human right. Article 16 of the Universal Declaration of Human Rights states: “The U.S. Supreme Court has declared that marriage is a fundamental right for all Americans,” and Cunningham is in full agreement. After a 30 year campaign, the U.S. Supreme Court declared same-sex marriages legal in June 2015[1];  the Cunningham Administration will support this ruling and nominate judges who are in support of the right to marry for all.

“At its core, the freedom to marry movement is about the same thing ever right civil struggle has been about: Taking seriously our country’s promise to be a nation it’s citizens can make better, it promises to be a place where people don’t have to give up their differences or hide them in order to be treated equally.” Leader in the Freedom to Marry Act – Evan Wolfson [2]