Jesse Tyler Ferguson of ABC's Modern Family disagrees with gay marriage ballot initiatives.

The 37-year-old Ferguson and his lawyer fiance, Justin Mikita, have launched Tie the Knot, which sells limited edition bow ties to benefit organizations seeking to expand marriage rights for gay and lesbian couples.

When asked by CNN to comment on marriage equality supporters' wins in three states earlier this month, Ferguson said people should not be voting on the issue.

“We don't feel like it should be an issue that's on the ballots at all,” he said. “I mean, we'll get it how we can get it at this point. But, you know, when the rights of minorities are put in the hands of the majority, it just doesn't feel right.”

“I'm so thrilled that it won in these three states but I would like for it to just not even be on the ballot. For it to be just a nationally accepted thing.”

“I think it will happen sooner than later,” Mikita said. “We could possibly never have another president candidate that doesn't support marriage equality.” (The video is embedded on this page. Visit our video library for more videos.)