The campaign opposing the constitutional amendment that would ban same-sex marriage and civil unions has another television ad focused on domestic violence, this one featuring Wake assistant district attorney Amily McCool.
The anti-amendment campaign says that the amendment could weaken legal protections for domestic violence victims who are not married to their abusers.
The pro-amendment campaign, Vote for Marriage NC, calls the domestic violence claim a "myth," and released its own ad last week to counter the claim.
In the Protect All NC Families ad, McCool is seen with stacks of files and pictures of bruised bodies. She says Amendment One could "take away protections for domestic violence victims."
Another Protect All NC Families ad that is running online only features a New Bern woman, Andrea Tillett McConnell, whose sister was murdered in 2009. Cindi Tillett Knighten was killed by her boyfriend.