The names of some 110,000 Maryland residents who signed a petition to force the state’s new marriage equality law onto the November ballot are now publicly available online.
The Washington Blade obtained a database of the names from the Maryland Board of Elections and posted the names here. The list is searchable and includes names, addresses and whether the signature was deemed valid. Click the link below to access the searchable database. (Note: After clicking the link, allow a few moments for the file to load; a search box will appear on the far right side of your screen.)
To search within, click on the document to be taken to the full Scribd.com site and use the search box on the right side of the screen.