Former President Bill Clinton, NC Governor Bev Perdue, Senator Kay Hagan and Clay Aiken are among those featured in a final ad to defeat Amendment One.

North Carolina voters on Tuesday will decide on the amendment, which would bar the state from recognizing gay and lesbian couples with marriage, civil unions and possibly domestic partnerships.

The 3-minute ad features some of the most high-profile politicians, faith leaders, celebrities and everyday folks who have spoken out against the amendment.

“I'm going to vote against it,” Governor Perdue says in the ad.

Amendment One has “far reaching, negative consequences,” Hagan says.

Charlotte Mayor Anthony Foxx and former Mayors Harvey Gantt, a Democrat, and Richard Vinroot, a Republican, also speak out against the measure.

“You ought to vote against Amendment One on May 8th,” Vinroot says.

“There is nothing about this amendment that remotely suggests families will be stronger on the other side of it,” says Bishop Tonyia M. Rawls, pastor at the Unity Fellowship Church in Charlotte.

“I think that an amendment like this goes way too far,” Aiken, a North Carolina native, says. (The video is embedded in the right panel of this page. Visit our video library for more videos.)