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Kim Davis' Supporters, In Their Own Words: 'Courageous,' 'Heroic'

Kim Davis, the Kentucky clerk who went to jail after refusing to issue marriage licenses to same-sex couples, was honored Friday at the Values Voter Summit in Washington, D.C. She was presented, to a standing ovation, the "Cost of Discipleship" Award by the conservative Family Research Council, which sponsored the summit.

"I am only one, but we are many," she said tearfully as she accepted the award. We spoke to some of Davis' supporters (along with one attendee who doesn't agree with her actions). Hear their voices below:

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Amita Kelly is a Washington editor, where she works across beats and platforms to edit election, politics and policy news and features stories.