"I think we've got a pretty strong coalition in place, but we'll take support," Mr. Nix said. "Our effort is really in the state to really get folks from the state even more engaged."
Challenge to vote on same-sex marriage in Maryland is unlikely →
"We're keeping all options on the table, but our focus is definitely on the referendum in November," said Kevin Nix, spokesman for Marylanders for Marriage Equality. "We're planning on running a full-court press here."