With just 4 days left before the election, supporters of Question 6 on Friday released what appears to be their final pitch to voters.

Passage of the measure would uphold a gay marriage law approved by lawmakers.

In the 30-second ad, a male announcer reminds viewers of the campaign’s high-profile endorsements, which include Presidents Barack Obama and Bill Clinton.

“Maryland, it's time. Time for marriage equality,” the announcer says.

“While there are those trying to divide us, presidents Obama and Clinton stand with us. Pastors, business leaders, newspapers, Democrats and Republicans are all coming together for Question 6. Because it's about fairness, treating everyone equally under the law. And who could be against that?” (The video is embedded on this page. Visit our video library for more videos.)

Others featured in the video who support passage of Question 6 include Baltimore Ravens linebacker Brendon Ayanbadejo, NAACP Chairman Emeritus Julian Bond, and Mt. Ennon Baptist Church's Rev. Delman Coates.

Governor Martin O'Malley, who signed the legislation into law, tweeted the video to his more than 30,000 followers.