WATCH: Four Colorado service members support the freedom to marry

Why Marriage Matters Colorado just released a 30-second television spot airing statewide featuring a group of local veterans standing up for their gay comrade in arms. 

The spot features three military veterans who, together with their friend, U.S. Air Force Master Sergeant T. Ashley Metcalf – who is still actively serving his country – represent 45 years of military service. Sgt. Metcalf is gay, and his band of brothers – former Army Staff Sgt. Izzy Abbass, retired U.S. Air Force Senior Master Sgt. Dennis Mont’Ros, and former Marine Sgt. Will Glenn – talk about the importance of the freedom to marry for everyone.

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Watch this new ad for the freedom to marry in Colorado

Today is an exciting day for Colorado.

Why Marriage Matters Colorado, a coalition of state and national organizations, released a 30-second television spot featuring a group of local veterans standing up for their gay comrade in arms. The spot, which features four Colorado service members, talks about the importance of the freedom to marry for everyone.

Watch the new TV ad then share with your friends!

http://wmmCO.org/VetShare

I believe that these Colorado Sergeants have a strong point—

"Sergeant Metcalf is serving his country, same as the rest of us did. He should have the same freedoms we have, and that includes the freedom to marry."

Now help continue to build on this momentum. Click here to share this important new TV ad with your friends and family.

http://wmmCO.org/VetShare

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