Representatives David Scott of Georgia and Kurt Schrader of Oregon are the latest House Democrats to endorse gay marriage.

In response to an inquiry about the congressman's position, progressive blog Think Progress reported that it received an email from Scott's office which simply read: “Congressman Scott fully supports marriage equality.”

According to blog JoeMyGod, Scott told a constituent that he was a guest at former Congressman Barney Frank's wedding last summer.

Scott twice voted for a proposed constitutional amendment defining marriage as a heterosexual union.

Two weeks ago, Schrader sent a statement in support to the Human Rights Campaign (HRC), the nation's largest gay rights advocate.

“After many discussions with my constituents, I have decided to support marriage equality. I recently traveled on the civil rights pilgrimage to Selma, Alabama with the Faith and Politics Institute. This trip reaffirmed my commitments to civil rights for all, including gay and lesbian Americans. I supported civil unions in the Oregon Legislature. I now believe that while religious institutions should retain the right to perform marriages as they please, the government should not deny the rights of same sex couples to receive marriage licenses,” Schrader wrote.