Yes Vote – the Hunter reacts to the same-sex marriage result

Yes Vote – the Hunter reacts to the same-sex marriage result “We had a fire drill at work go off just before 10am and I captured this moment of my friends while we waited to be let back into the building. Just beautiful.”- Fiona Carr
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AUSTRALIA SAYS YES: Gary, Donna and Ryan Burnett celebrating the Yes vote in Islington Park.

AUSTRALIA SAYS YES: Awaiting the result in Islington Park.

AUSTRALIA SAYS YES: Awaiting the result in Islington Park.

AUSTRALIA SAYS YES: Awaiting the result in Islington Park.

AUSTRALIA SAYS YES: Awaiting the result in Islington Park.

AUSTRALIA SAYS YES: Awaiting the result in Islington Park.

AUSTRALIA SAYS YES: Awaiting the result in Islington Park.

TweetFacebook Reactions across the HunterSend your photos to [email protected]老域名出售.auThe results of the same sex marriage survey were handed down at 10am today. We brought you all the reaction and details from the yes vote in our blog below.

What happened in the lead up?

This is what will happen nextSame-sex couples searching for love on equal termsNewcastle City Council supports marriage equalityNightclub owners help punters update electoral details ahead of same sex marriage voteHunter Catholic school discourages teachers from publicly supporting same sex marriageMayfield residents shows support for same-sex marriagePostal plebiscite forms for saleAncient Rome can tell us a lot about politicians and the same sex marriage ‘debate’Belmont Christian College asks parents to vote no to same sex marriage EQUALITY: Marriage equality advocate Russell Nankervis poses for photographers with the rainbow flag on the front lawn of Parliament House in Canberra on Tuesday 8 August 2017. Photo: Alex Ellinghausen

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