STATE VOICES

Mark Jorritsman

Mark Jorritsman

President & Executive Director, Family Policy Alliance of North Dakota

“Family Policy Alliance of North Dakota knows that, as Christians, there are critical values you hold dear—the sanctity of life, religious freedom, the right to raise and educate your child, and many others.  These values helped shape our country and must be preserved. Voting for candidates who will represent these values at all levels of government is one of the most important things you can do to help make our country one where God is honored, religious freedom flourishes, families thrive, and life is cherished.”

Jeff Laszloffy

Jeff Laszloffy

President, Montana Family Foundation

“People say they want their vote to count.  Voting in an off-year election makes your vote count even more! Voter turnout in a presidential year is typically 60%.  Turnout in an off-year election is roughly 40%.  Fewer voters means your vote has even more impact.  And speaking of impact, those who serve on your school board, city council, and state legislature have a far greater impact on your values and wallet than the person sitting in the oval office. “

Cathi Herrod

Cathi Herrod

President, Center for Arizona Policy

“Midterm elections matter. Yet less than half of eligible voters participate. The next U.S. Senate likely will confirm several more Supreme Court justices as well as many lower court judges. These judges will either make policy or apply the Constitution. They will either uphold pro-life laws or overturn them. They will do the same for religious freedom. What happens November 6 has a direct bearing on you and your family’s freedom. Your vote, your church can make the difference in midterm elections.”

Curt Smith

Curt Smith

President, Indiana Family Institute

“The Bible calls us to robust citizenship. When Paul writes in Romans 13 that we are to honor and revere government, as Americans he is telling us to guide our nation well as the citizen sovereign. We the people elect the leaders via the vote and pay all the bills through taxes. We are the government in America and we must be good stewards of that awesome responsibility.”

Debbie Chaves

Debbie Chaves

President, CFA Foundation (Colorado)

“Please don’t leave the important decisions up to others. Religious freedom can only be protected if you vote for those who support your first amendment rights. Make sure you are registered to vote and cast your vote for those who share your values.”

Allen Whitt

Allen Whitt

Executive Director, Family Policy Council of West Virginia

“Citizens of the world have paid the ultimate price simply attempting to gain the right to vote. Sadly most Americans take our right to choose who will govern us for granted. Often 70% don’t even bother to vote. This November, citizens in West Virginia will have the chance to vote for Amendment #1 to defend the unborn. Americans everywhere will have the chance to vote for pro-life candidates for U.S. Congress.”

Nicole Theis

Nicole Theis

President, Delaware Family Policy Council

“When Christ followers take action, it can change the course of history. Midterm elections are and an opportunity to do just that, when critical decisions hang in the balance. It is our duty to steward our freedom well and to advance Truth in the public square. Electing people who will have the courage to make decisions based on life giving principles is truly an act of ‘loving our neighbor.’”

John Stemberger

John Stemberger

President and General Counsel, Florida Family Policy Council

“Mid-term elections are generally important because they often determine who the legislators are that will govern and make laws.  But this mid-term election is particularly important because several critical issues are at hand: Will Congress keep its slim pro-life, conservative majority? Will new Supreme Court justices be confirmed by the Senate? Will Planned Parenthood be defunded?  These and other issues hang in the balance in this 2018 mid-term election.”

Aaron Baer

Aaron Baer

President, Citizens for Community Values (Ohio)

“Sometimes politics feels like a never-ending reality TV show. But the consequences of this drama are serious. The decisions made in Congress, statehouses, and city councils impact generations. That’s why voting is about more than picking a team. It’s about putting people in office who seek the welfare of our nation and defend the orphan, the widow, the stranger, the unborn, and our families. Freedom is on the line every election, and voting is our way to preserve it.”

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