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A Critical Election

A Critical Election

Tomorrow, Americans have the privilege to go to the polls and cast ballots for the candidates they prefer to represent them in Washington for the next two or more years. I trust you will be one of those voters.

All elections are important. This one is critical. Over the past few years, Washington has taken a sharp turn in the wrong direction on many issues. We are now at a crossroads on life, marriage, religious liberty, and many other issues that should concern Christians. We cannot afford to sit this one out and continue down our present dangerous path.

I urge you to prayerfully exercise your right as an American and responsibility as a Christian to cast your vote for the candidates who most closely share your values, beliefs, and convictions.

Before you vote, please urge your family and friends to likewise drop by their voting precinct to vote for the candidates who are most committed to upholding and restoring the Judeo-Christian values that have made our nation great.

Every vote counts.

Thank you for doing your part. May God bless you, your family, and this grand experiment called America.