Gay Americans are slightly more likely to live in states that let them marry than are Americans on the whole.
Looking at how 2012 describes the state of gay marriage in 2014.
The legal side is catching up to the political one.
The last anti-interracial marriage law was overturned in 2000.
The odds would be stacked against Rob Portman, but it's not impossible.
48.8 percent of gay Americans live in states that allow gay marriage.
Rep. Richard Hanna (R-N.Y.) won Tuesday, but his tight race will make like-minded pols think twice.
Strong gay marriage opponents say the issue isn't that important to their vote.