Traditional Marriage Organization Turns Eyes On New York Senators

07.01.11 | Sarah Harnisch

The National Organization for Marriage, based out of Washington D.C., says they will spend "at least" 2-million dollars to oust the seven senators who changed their positions on gay marriage. Among them is Buffalo-based Republican Mark Grisanti.

In an email to supporters this week, that featured all seven senator's photos in full-screen form, the group said it is committed to helping elect polticians in 2012 that support marriage as between only one man and one woman. President Brian Brown says his group wants Senate Republicans who broke party ranks to know that "voting for gay marriage has consequences."