Freedom to Marry announced on Monday that it had reached its $3 million goal to fund gay marriage campaigns in 5 critical states.

The group announced its Win More States Fund in March with the goal of funding campaigns in battleground marriage states Maine, Minnesota, Washington, New Jersey and New Hampshire.

The need for a campaign in New Hampshire ended after the House killed a proposed ballot initiative seeking to repeal the state's gay marriage law.

In New Jersey, the group hopes to push for the Legislature to override Governor Chris Christie's veto of a marriage bill.

Voters in Washington will vote in November to either uphold or reject a marriage measure earlier approved by lawmakers. Minnesota voters will decide on a whether to ban gay couples from marrying through a constitutional amendment, while a Maine referendum is the first to ask voters to approve a gay marriage law.

The group said it had reached its goal more than two months earlier than originally projected and that more than $1 million was raised from Republican donors, including Paul Singer, the founder of hedge firm Elliot Management.

“Early and strategic support shows that our movement has evolved into a sophisticated campaign equipped to win at the ballot box in November,” said Evan Wolfson, founder and president of Freedom to Marry. “In an election season where candidate campaigns and Super PACs are snapping up television airtime, Freedom to Marry is especially pleased to be able to provide crucial early funding to support TV buys and other ways of making the case for the freedom to marry. We will continue to raise dollars and channel them into campaigns to ensure we get family stories in front of the voters and make the most personal and powerful case for why marriage matters.”

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