The Free State is one of four where same-sex marriage is on the ballot this year. No state has ever upheld gay nuptials at the ballot box, but polling funded by a gay rights group shows Marylanders are open to the idea.
The state will have an unusually crowded ballot this year -- same-sex marriage is one of four controversial laws that voters will decide in November. Others include expanding gambling, allowing some illegal immigrants to have in-state tuition and the congressional map.
Gov. Martin O'Malley, a Democrat with his eyes on the White House in 2016 will appear. He's focusing his energy on same-sex marriage and the in-state tuition questions. (He's said he's "so sick" of the gambling issue.)
The invite also includes Edward Norton, Julianne Moore, John Waters, Josh Charles, Russell Simmons. Plus, fashion designer Thom Browne, Bravo exec Andy Cohen, Gramercy Tavern founder Tom Colicchio,