Voters in Maine will decide next month whether to veto a new law that legalized same-sex marriage in the state.
Gay marriage supported released donation records Tuesday to show that those in favor of the law have raised twice as much as their opponents.
Both sides have received several out of state donations from out of state-- proving the vote could have national implications.
"What takes place here in Maine will have an impact on what other state legislatures will do," said Tony Perkins of the Family Research Council. "You've got Congress looking at the Defense of Marriage Act. The president said he wants to repeal it."