Focus on the Family's patriarch James Dobson may have reached the end of an era  as he prepares to leave the Colorado Springs-based evangelical media empire's radio show. But the organization still flexes conservative muscle when it comes to the issue of gay marriage. The latest battleground was Maine, where voters reversed a state law earlier this week that allowed same-sex couples to marry, a national trend against gay marriage that includes California, Hawaii, and myriad other states (via The Wall Street Journal ). Focus on the Family Action, the organization's political arm, poured in $115,266 to help the coalition support the repeal, according to election records analyzed by the Colorado Springs Gazette . Jenny Tyree, Focus' marriage analyst, credits Focus founder James Dobson with the win, saying his views on traditional marriage still resonate with Americans.