UU congregations in Cincinnati worked as part of a coalition to overturn the ban. St. John's Unitarian Universalist Church unanimously adopted a resolution in September against the ban. Members of the First Unitarian Church, the Heritage Unitarian Universalist Church, and the Northern Hills Fellowship were also active in the coalition.
In other election news, four Unitarian Universalists ran for the Wyoming state legislature. Only one, Sen. Charlie Scott, a Republican from Casper, was reelected. The other three were Democrats.