The Republican nominee for U.S. Senate has switched his stance on same-sex marriage.
Only a few Republican members of the General Assembly voted for Illinois' law that has, since June, allowed two men or two women to marry one another.
State Sen. Jim Oberweis wasn't one of them. He voted no.
But the Sugar Grove Republican, now a candidate for the U.S. Senate, says he would go along with a federal law permitting same sex marriage.
Here's how he answered a question about it Wednesday's debate.