Voters in three states had the chance to vote on amendments to their state's constitution to define marriage as between a man and a woman. Voters in all three states said "yes" to traditional marriage, Florida by a significant 62-38 margin and Arizona by a 56-44 margin. California was the real focus of the media attention and donations (to the tune of more than $75M between the two sides) and, with 94.7% of precincts reporting, appears to be headed for a 52-48 victory. (I don't see how it could fail at this point; most uncounted ballots are in San Bernardino and Riverside counties, both of which are strongly in favor.) This should settle the issue of what marriage means in these three states.
I think one of the reasons for Prop 8's passage is this eleventh-hour ad:
Now that the issue it settled (barring someone trying to file a lawsuit that the state constitution is unconstitutional), can we all be friends again?