People for and against Amendment One are making their last pushes before Election Day.
More than 100 against the amendment held a rally at the Unitarian Universalist Church of Charlotte in Cotswold Monday night. They urged voters not to ban gay marriage. They realize it's an uphill battle for them. The latest Public Policy poll shows 55 percent of voters for banning gay marriage, 39 percent against. Still, they're hopeful the amendment will fail.
Unitarian Universalist Church of Charlotte minister Jay Leach said, "We are foot soldiers in this struggle for freedom. This long, long, far too long struggle for freedom."
Metropolitan Community Church of Charlotte minister Catherine Houchins said, "It's been hurtful when people question who I am. Whether I'm worthy in some places of life. Let alone rights and privileges."
Piedmont Unitarian Universalist Church minister Robin Tanner said, "I have received calls, letters, and emails from strangers promising they know my final destination."