For Immediate Release

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Vaishalee Raja, Communications Director
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Equality California to Release Roadmap, Recommended Timeline to Restore Freedom to Marry for Same-Sex Couples

WASHINGTON - After many conversations with community members across the state,
coalition partners, donors and political strategists, Equality
California (EQCA) will hold a teleconference to discuss it’s, “Winning Back Marriage Equality in California: Analysis and Roadmap,”
with a recommended timeline on returning to the ballot to restore the
freedom to marry for same-sex couples. EQCA will also discuss the
achievements of its Win Marriage Back: Make it Real effort, an
on-the-ground, statewide organizing campaign launched almost 100 days

When: Wed., August 12 at 11 a.m. PDT; 2 p.m. ET

Geoff Kors, Executive Director; Marc Solomon, Marriage Director; Andrea
Shorter, Deputy Director of Marriage and Coalitions; Amy Mello, Field


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How: Dial-in (866) 213 - 7648; Note:
participants must also provide the following conference ID number:
24283655. Lines are limited and will open at 10:45 a.m. PDT.

call is for reporters and bloggers. A subsequent livestream will be
held for members of EQCA and community stakeholders to offer input and
ask questions. Details to come.


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Equality California is a nonprofit, nonpartisan, grassroots-based, statewide advocacy organization whose mission is to achieve equality and civil rights for all lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender (LGBT) Californians.

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