A campaign adviser for Mitt Romney reiterated this past weekend that the former governor of Massachusetts favors banning marriage equality through an amendment to the U.S. Constitution.
Bay Buchanan had
previously suggested that Romney believed marriage was an issue best
left up to individual states, causing some to wonder if the campaign was
softening its position on the Federal Marriage Amendment.
Log Cabin Republican Executive Director R. Clarke Cooper issued a
statement saying the conservative position should be to respect
decisions by states to recognize married same-sex couples.
signed a pledge written by the National Organization for Marriage that
promises he will advocate for the FMA if he wins the White House.