Election Day is November 7





Although the date is past for people to register to vote, it is always important for God’s people to be good citizens. For those of us who are registered to vote that means taking the trouble to learn about the candidates and then to vote our convictions. Those who have purely personal or selfish reasons for voting are highly motivated to show up. Those of us who are called to guard and guide our communities must also be motivated by this high calling.

Here are a few links to guidelines for church involvement in political races and to a site that offers information regarding who your representatives are at the national and state level as well as a non-partisan voter’s guide.

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Gary Ledbetter
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