That's apparently not too likely, much as the supporters of the proposition might want it.
I mean, don't get me wrong, it's a wrongful, hurtful, and hateful little piece of garbage, that specifically singles out a group because they're not approved of by a popular set of religious sects. The propaganda on the supporting side has overwhelmingly been out-of-control fearmongering, mostly on the order of "OMG, ur chilluns might think that teh gay is not ebil!"
Never trust anyone who says "Think of the children." They for some reason never consider the world those children will have to deal with as adults.
But anyway, now that I've re-established my liberal cred, a couple of links. First of all, check out this little part (right after the text of the amendment) of the painfully balanced Wikipedia entry on the subject. The actual reference doesn't appear to be online.
And second of all, there's Jerry Brown's take.
What this means is that if you're married by early November, you're fine. It's only the people that want to get married later that'll be second-class citizens.
Now isn't that dandy?