Jeannie Fesler & Jeffrey Fesler, Sartell
We were married for more than 30 years and, although our marriage did not work out, the good memories will always be there.
Like many parents, we worked hard to support our family in a broad spectrum of ways – in the schools, with our jobs and at home. We also know there are many same-sex couples who already support their families these same ways in communities across our state. And unlike us, many of their relationships last. You can vote whatever way you want on this upcoming amendment, but nothing will take away the love that is experienced in a family, regardless of who heads it. Nobody should have who they are or their reality as a couple be denied by the state constitution. That is why we are voting NO this November.