The Connecticut Supreme Court made same sex marriage legal in the state last month but the decision isn't necessarily final.
If voters approve a Constitutional Convention on Election Day, the ruling could be up for debate.
Over the weekend, the Family Institute of Connecticut hosted prayer vigils hoping to garner enough "yes" votes to approve a Constitutional Convention, which could stop same-sex marriages in the state.
The group opposes the State Supreme Court's ruling in favor of gay marriage and wants to put the issue on the table for debate.
If the Constitutional Convention is approved, delegates have to meet before next November.