ELECTIONS 2012: Locals want gay marriage law overturned

TRI-CITIES, Wash. -- It appears local voters are overwhelmingly against gay marriage.

Referendum 74 asks Washington voters if they want to uphold gay marriage.

New numbers from the Public Disclosure Commission show plenty of local voters are throwing their money against R-74.

In Benton and Franklin Counties, more than $35,000 went to reject the referendum.

That's five times as much money that went to support it.

Across the state, funding to uphold same sex marriage is still millions ahead of the efforts against it.