This video tells the story of a lesbian couple, Sarah and Cheryl. Cheryl has a brain cancer. Sara's mother tells that "one night in the hospital, Cheryl had a seizure. She was asking for Sarah and no one called. Only marriage guarantees all couples can be there for each other when it really matters."
"If we, as Washingtonians, truly care about treating all loving couples and their families fairly, particularly in moments of their greatest need, only marriage gives families the security they want and need," said Zach Silk, campaign manager for Washington United For Marriage.
"That's why we must defend our bipartisan marriage law and make sure that voters understand that these loving, committed couples want the same thing everyone else does, and that's why we urge voters to approve Referendum 74," he added.
The vote will take place on November 6th. Vote YES for referendum 74, YES for marriage equality.