The National Organization for Marriage is living up to its promise to defeat politicians who support same-sex marriage.
The pro-family group helped unseat two incumbent senators in New York's recent special election. Two other incumbents were defeated in earlier primaries.
NOM President Brian Brown said the message from the people of New York is clear,
"They will not tolerate politicians, Democrat or Republican, who redefine marriage," he explained.
Brown added that his group targeted six lawmakers who turned on traditional marriage, and they won't stop until the final two are unseated.
The results in New York's primaries are only the beginning of the fight against gay marriage at the polls.
Voters in Maine, Maryland, Minnesota, and Washington state will all decide ballot initiatives on the issue.