Mary Bono Mack comes out in support of gay marriage

80 prominent Republicans have signed a brief in support of gay marriage

POSTED: 11:26 AM PST Feb 26, 2013    UPDATED: 12:59 PM PST Feb 26, 2013 
WASHINGTON -

80 prominent Republicans, including former Congresswoman Mary Bono Mack, have signed a brief in support of gay marriage. 

The brief will be submitted to the Supreme Court this week in support of a suit that aims to strike down California's Proposition 8, a 2008 ban on gay marriage.

Arguments on that case are scheduled for March 26. Followed by arguments in the similar Defense of Marriage Act suit the following day.

Here is the latest version of the list, provided by the American Foundation for Equal Rights:

-Ken Mehlman, Chairman, Republican National Committee, 2005-2007

-Tim Adams, Undersecretary of the Treasury for International Affairs, 2005-2007

-David D. Aufhauser, General Counsel, Department of Treasury, 2001-2003

-Cliff S. Asness, Businessman, Philanthropist, and Author

-John B. Bellinger III, Legal Adviser to the Department of State, 2005-2009

-Katie Biber, General Counsel, Romney for President, 2007-2008 and 2011-2012

-Mary Bono Mack, Member of Congress, 1998-2013

-William A. Burck, Deputy Staff Secretary, Special Counsel and Deputy Counsel to the President, 2005-2009

-Alex Castellanos, Republican Media Advisor

-Paul Cellucci, Governor of Massachusetts, 1997-2001, and Ambassador to Canada, 2001-2005

-Mary Cheney, Director of Vice Presidential Operations, Bush-Cheney 2004

-Jim Cicconi, Assistant to the President & Deputy to the Chief of Staff, 1989-1990

-James B. Comey, United States Deputy Attorney General, 2003-2005

-R. Clarke Cooper, U.S. Alternative Representative, United Nations Security Council, 2007-2009

-Julie Cram, Deputy Assistant to the President and Director White House Office of Public Liaison, 2007-2009

-Michele Davis, Assistant Secretary for Public Affairs and Director of Policy Planning, Department of the Treasury, 2006-2009

-Kenneth M. Duberstein, White House Chief of Staff and Assistant to the President, 1981-1984 and 1987-1989

-Lew Eisenberg, Finance Chairman, Republican National Committee, 2002-2004

-Elizabeth Noyer Feld, Public Affairs Specialist, White House Office of Management and Budget, 1984-1987

-David Frum, Special Assistant to the President, 2001-2002

-Richard Galen, Communications Director, Speaker's Political Office, 1996-1997

-Mark Gerson, Chairman, Gerson Lehrman Group and Author of The Neoconservative Vision: From the Cold War to the Culture Wars and In the Classroom: Dispatches from an Inner-City School that Works

-Benjamin Ginsberg, General Counsel, Bush-Cheney 2000 & 2004

-Adrian Gray, Director of Strategy, Republican National Committee, 2005-2007

-Richard Grenell, Spokesman, U.S. Ambassadors to the United Nations, 2001-2008

-Patrick Guerriero, Mayor, Melrose Massachusetts and member of Massachusetts House of Representatives, 1993-2001

-Carlos Gutierrez, Secretary of Commerce, 2005-2009

-Stephen Hadley, Assistant to the President and National Security Advisor, 2005-2009

-Richard Hanna, Member of Congress, 2011-Present

-Israel Hernandez, Assistant Secretary of Commerce for International Trade, 2005-2009

-Margaret Hoover, Advisor to the Deputy Secretary of Homeland Security, 2005-2006

-Michael Huffington, Member of Congress, 1993-1995

-Jon Huntsman, Governor of Utah, 2005-2009

-David A. Javdan, General Counsel, United States Small Business Administration, 2002-2006

-Reuben Jeffery, Undersecretary of State for Economic, Energy, and Agricultural Affairs, 2007-2009

-Greg Jenkins, Deputy Assistant to the President and Director of Presidential Advance, 2003-2004

-Coddy Johnson, National Field Director, Bush-Cheney 2004

-Gary Johnson, Governor of New Mexico, 1995-2003

-Robert Kabel, Special Assistant to the President for Legislative Affairs, 1982-1985

-Theodore W. Kassinger, Deputy Secretary of Commerce, 2004-2005

-Jonathan Kislak, Deputy Undersecretary of Agriculture for Small Community and Rural Development, 1989-1991

-David Kochel, Senior Advisor to Mitt Romney's Iowa Campaign, 2007-2008 and 2011-2012

-James Kolbe, Member of Congress, 1985-2007

-Jeffrey Kupfer, Acting Deputy Secretary of Energy, 2008-2009

-Kathryn Lehman, Chief of Staff, House Republican Conference, 2003-2005

-Daniel Loeb, Businessman and Philanthropist

-Alex Lundry, Director of Data Science, Romney for President, 2012

-Greg Mankiw, Chairman, Council of Economic Advisers, 2003-2005

-Catherine Martin, Deputy Assistant to the President and Deputy Communications Director for Policy & Planning, 2005-2007

-Kevin Martin, Chairman, Federal Communications Commission, 2005-2009

-David McCormick, Undersecretary of the Treasury for International Affairs, 2007-2009

-Mark McKinnon, Republican Media Advisor

-Bruce P. Mehlman, Assistant Secretary of Commerce, 2001-2003

-Connie Morella, Member of Congress, 1987-2003 and U.S. Ambassador to the Organization for Economic Co-operation and Development, 2003-2007

-Michael E. Murphy, Republican Political Consultant

-Michael Napolitano, White House Office of Political Affairs, 2001-2003

-Ana Navarro, National Hispanic Co-Chair for Senator John McCain's Presidential Campaign, 2008

-Noam Neusner, Special Assistant to the President for Economic Speechwriting, 2002-2005

-Nancy Pfotenhauer, Economist, Presidential Transition Team, 1988 and President's Council on Competitiveness, 1990

-J. Stanley Pottinger, Assistant U.S. Attorney General (Civil Rights Division), 1973-1977

-Michael Powell, Chairman, Federal Communications Commission, 2001-2005

-Deborah Pryce, Member of Congress, 1993-2009

-John Reagan, New Hampshire State Senator, 2012-Present

-Kelley Robertson, Chief of Staff, Republican National Committee, 2005-2007

-Ileana Ros-Lehtinen, Member of Congress, 1989-Present

-Harvey S. Rosen, Member and Chairman, Council of Economic Advisers, 2003-2005

-Lee Rudofsky, Deputy General Counsel, Romney for President, 2012

-Patrick Ruffini, eCampaign Director, Republican National Committee, 2005-2007

-Steve Schmidt, Deputy Assistant to the President and Counselor to the Vice President, 2004-2006

-Ken Spain, Communications Director, National Republican Congressional Committee, 2009-2010

-Robert Steel, Undersecretary of the Treasury for Domestic Finance, 2006-2008

-David Stockman, Director, Office of Management and Budget, 1981-1985

-Jane Swift, Governor of Massachusetts, 2001-2003

-Michael E. Toner, Chairman and Commissioner, Federal Election Commission, 2002-2007

-Michael Turk, eCampaign Director for Bush-Cheney 2004

-Mark Wallace, U.S. Ambassador to the United Nations, Representative for UN Management and Reform, 2006-2008

-Nicolle Wallace, Assistant to the President and White House Communications Director, 2005-2008

-William F. Weld, Governor of Massachusetts, 1991-1997, and Assistant U.S. Attorney General (Criminal Division), 1986-1988

-Christine Todd Whitman, Governor of New Jersey, 1994-2001, and Administrator of the EPA, 2001-2003

-Meg Whitman, Republican Nominee for Governor of California, 2010

-Robert Wickers, Republican Political Consultant

-Dan Zwonitzer, Wyoming State Representative, 2005-present