WHO TO SEND POSTCARDS?

The Supreme Court begins hearing arguments March 26th on California’s Prop 8 and DOMA – Defense of Marriage Act.  Start now sending postcards and keep sending them  through June 2013 when the result of these hearings will be decided.

We would appreciate if you send a postcard to all 9 Justices of the Supreme Court but specifically those justices that are most likely to redefine marriage to recognize same-sex marriage.

Download a printable PDF of  9 Justices.

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JUSTICES BELOW WHO ARE MOST LIKELY TO VOTE AGAINST MARRIAGE BETWEEN ONE MAN AND ONE WOMAN AND SUPPORT A REDEFINITION TO INCLUDE SAME-SEX MARRIAGE ARE:

Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg:

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Justice Sonia Sotomayor

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Justice Elena Kagan

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Justice  Stephen G. Breyer

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SWING VOTER (Could vote either way)

Justice Anthony Kennedy

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JUSTICES BELOW MOST LIKELY VOTE TO  KEEP TRADITIONAL MARRIAGE BETWEEN ONE MAN AND ONE WOMAN:

Justice Samuel A. Alito

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Chief Justice John G. Roberts
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Justice Antonin Scalia

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Justice Clarence Thomas

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