Frank Schubert has made millions fighting equality alongside NOM. HRC's full report on his inequality cash flow, 2008–2012, can be found here.
In 2012, Schubert left his longtime professional home, Schubert-Flint Public Relations, and went in business for himself as Mission Public Affairs.
Mission Public Affairs' only efforts of note have been on behalf of anti-LGBT causes. In addition to managing the North Carolina's successful implementation of marriage discrimination in 2012, and then spearheading all four of the marriage ballot fights (ME, MN, MD, and WA) in which equality triumphed in Novemeber 2012, Schubert and his firm tried, unsuccesfully, in 2013 and 2014 to repeal a California law that does nothing more than shore up safeguards and protections for transgender students.
NOM aggressively promoted Schubert's anti-trans efforts, marking the first time that NOM has involved itself in a transgender debate.
After his beloved Proposition 8 lost its lengthy court battle, Schubert acted the part of a sore loser, claiming "the cheaters won."