SOUTH PORTLAND — South Portland is joining other major Maine cities that have endorsed “yes” votes for the gay marriage question on the Nov. 6 ballot.

With its vote Monday night, South Portland joins neighboring Portland and Bangor, whose councils have already gone on record in support of the proposal to allow same-sex couples to receive a marriage license in Maine.

South Portland council passed the endorsement resolution by a 5-1 vote.


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