Not all votes are in, but it's a win. Proposition 8 leads decisively by 4% with 95% of precincts reporting. Supporters of same-sex "marriage" have maintained their perfect record at the polls: zero victories whenever the people have a chance to have their say.
Despite having the Supreme Court of the State of California dream up some illusory right for persons of the same-sex to "marry," despite having Attorney General Jerry Brown change the wording of the proposition in order to benefit their side, despite an historic night by the most radical leftist candidate ever to run for President in the history of the United States, they still lost. And not only in California, but even more convincingly in Florida and Arizona as well.
And if the people of Massachusetts (and now Connecticut) are ever allowed to vote on this issue, natural marriage will be upheld there, too. Proposition 8 was not about same-sex "marriage"--it was about marriage, period. It not only prevents same-sex couples "marrying," but also polygamous/polyandrous "marriages" as well. It defends natural marriage. This is victory for the common good.
But remember: in their ruling, the California Supreme Court described homosexuals as a "suspect class" therefore entitled to the "strict scrutiny" standard under the law. Look for many attacks on the Catholic Church and schools/other organizations in the months and years ahead.