Tomorrow is Election Day. So, here I am wondering who has yet to vote and how I might influence a few votes. Who do I think has yet to vote?
- Traditionalists who insist upon voting on Election Day.
- People want no part of politics.
- The undecided.
Can I influence the traditionalists? Probably not. Most likely these folks know how they will vote.
Can I influence the people who want no part of politics? Perhaps, but that depends upon them being registered to vote.
Can I influence the undecided? Well, that is what our voter guides exist to do.
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We have two pages listing voter guides.
- THE PRINCE WILLIAM-MANASSAS FAMILY ALLIANCE’S 2020 VOTER GUIDES contains the voter guides we produced for the Senate and the Congressional races in which the citizens of Prince William County participate.
- ADDITIONAL VOTER GUIDES FOR THE 2020 GENERAL ELECTION contains a list of Christian voter guides. These guides include information on the presidential/vice presidential races as well as Senate and Congressional races. Note that The Family Foundation endorses the Million Voices Presidential Voter Guide (here).
What about the people who want no part of politics?
What about the people who want no part of politics? Well, if you are such a person and you are a Christian, please read this post, CHRISTIAN VOTER GUIDES. That post references this article, PERMISSION FOR PASTORS TO PREACH ABOUT POLITICS (waynegrudem.com). Here Wayne Grudem explains why Christians need to take an active interest in politics.
Are you registered to vote? Check here => View your current registration status now >>> (vote.elections.virginia.gov).
Here are a few additional references.
- What does the Bible say about government? (gotquestions.org)
- What is the Role of Government According to the Bible? (insightforliving.ca)