I handed out "yes on Question 6" brochures at a majority-black precinct in the city. (My involvement comes from having a very close relative who's gay.) I was surprised at how receptive people were to the idea, contrary to the stereotype of widespread and visceral opposition among black voters. The fact that a substantial majority of voters in Baltimore City supported same-sex marriage says a lot about the smart campaign run by Marylanders for Marriage Equality. The material I was handing out, which included a big picture of and quote from Michelle Obama, was well-designed and seemed particularly effective. There was nobody handing out literature for the other side of the issue.