For Illinois' statewide executive offices, the organization endorsed Pat Quinn (D) for Governor, Lisa Madigan (D) for Attorney General, and Jesse White (D) for Secretary of State.
Republican Comptroller Judy Baar Topinka also won their stamp of approval, but her Democrat opponent Shiela Simon was also given the nod.
Tom Cross, who was one of only three Republican State Representatives to vote for the gay marriage bill, was treated the same. He received an endorsement, along with Democrat Mike Frerichs.
None of the GOP candidates for governor got the nod. In fact, the organization's president even criticized Dan Rutherford, who voted for civil unions, because they felt he was not vocal enough in support of the marriage redefinition bill they successfully pushed through the General Assembly late last year.
On the state legislative level, Equality Illinois endorsed only Democrats in the Primary, except for State Reps. Ron Sandack and Ed Sullivan who were the other two GOP House members to vote for gay marriage.
Jason Barickman, who was the lone GOP State Senator to vote for the gay marriage bill, is not up for re-election this year.