BUFFALO, NY - Protesters gathered on the steps of City Hall in Buffalo Sunday to spread a message to Governor Andrew Cuomo.
The National Organization of Marriage chanted "Let the People Vote!" arguing that Cuomo passed the new law allowing same-sex couple to marry without letting voters weigh-in.
More than 200 people attended their rally against same-sex marriage. There was also a group counter-protesting with signs reading, "Equality For All Families."
Only one person was arrested during Sunday's rally. Former Congressional candidate Ian Murphy, 35 years old, was arrested and charged with disorderly conduct. Police say Murphy was using obscene and abusive language. He also apparently shoved another protester. Murhpy was at the rally to counter-protest the National Organization of Marriage.
The National Organization of Marriage held rallies like this one here in the Queen City in other cities like New York City, Rochester and Albany.