(Fox News) SEATTLE — This fall's gay marriage measure, Referendum 74, is already attracting millions of dollars, but so far the campaigns have been relatively quiet, saving up for a TV ad-war that will surely be fierce starting after Labor Day.
The pro-gay marriage side has raised the most money by far - $6 million so far, which includes $2.5 million from Amazon founder Jeff Bezos. The anti-gay marriage side has raised only $500,000.
Despite the big money advantage, proponents of same sex marriage say they aren't taking anything for granted given this history of these ballot measures in other states.
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