A group of conservative Lodi pastors say they will conduct a voter registration drive among Christians who they hope will support Proposition 8, the constitutional amendment that would ban gay marriage in California.
Ken Owen, president and founder of Lodi-based Christian Community Concerns, led a luncheon meeting of religious leaders on Wednesday, urging them to work with their congregations to vote for Proposition 8. The ballot measure is a constitutional amendment that restricts marriage to being between a man and a woman. It would also invalidate the California Supreme Court's ruling in May that legalized gay marriage.
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