In 2013 same sex marriage was banned throughout Pennsylvania. But John Fetterman, mayor of the small town Braddock, wasn’t deterred – he ignored the law and married a same sex couple in his town anyway. According to Pittsburgh Magazine, when Allegheny County residents John Kandray and Bill Gray – who had been together for 11 years – heard that Mayor Fetterman was issuing marriage licenses in Montgomery County, they drove across the state to get one. The couple was married at 9:30 p.m., in Mayor Fetterman’s home. He even bought them a rainbow cake. Now John Fetterman is running for Pennsylvania Senate and his latest ad “Equal,” recounts the 2013 story. “If a couple as kind and nice as them, aren’t allowed to be married,” Fetterman tells a local newscaster, “there is just something fundamentally wrong.” The minute-long TV ad is set to air in Pennsylvania during tonight’s coverage of the New Hampshire Primary, according to Politico. Fetterman faces a crowded field of candidates, including incumbent Republican Pat Toomey. Stay tuned with I Agree to see as we follow the rest of Pennsylvania’s Senate race.