Sunrise host Samantha Armytage has revealed she voted “yes” in the same-sex marriage postal survey.
“I voted yes too, just FYI,” the host declared. “And I sent it back straight away. I feel very good about that.”
Currently more than nine million Australians have returned their postal votes, which means almost 60 per cent turnout of eligible Aussies voted, according to the Australian Bureau of Statistics.
The 40-year-old also spoke out about the issue at the Myer Summer Fashion Launch back in August telling Be: “We’re a good country and we need to get this sorted and move on.”
Sam isn’t the only public figure to speak out about the issue of marriage equality in Australia to Be.
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KIIS FM’s Dave ‘Hughesy’ Hughes told us that he would be “shocked” if there wasn’t “overwhelming support” for the gay marriage postal vote.
He also slammed the controversial anti-gay marriage advert that was released last month.
“I mean the part of the ad where they go – one woman says my son was made to role play same-sex marriages in school and it’s like, 'oh my children were made to play being a tree at school'," he joked to Be. “No, but I mean it’s ridiculous.”