Please help us as we call Christians to prayer and direct them to AFA's unique online voter guide at www.AFAAction.net.
- AFA President Tim Wildmon
Pre-Election Day Reminder: Free Voter Guide & Streaming Election Coverage
I am 53 years old and I can't remember a more important election than the one we will have on November 8. Not just the presidency, which is absolutely crucial, but also the House and Senate races will determine which road our beloved America will take. While we, as Christians, almost never get a "perfect" candidate, there are sharp contrasts between parties and candidates on many vital issues facing our country.
Here is our challenge to you...
There are critical issues that should unite Christian voters on Election Day tomorrow - issues such as constitutional religious liberty, limited government, free enterprise, strong national defense and traditional Judeo-Christian values, such as the sanctity of life and one-man-one-woman marriage.
And then there is the extremely important issue of appointing federal judges (who are appointed for life), including Supreme Court justices, who are nominated by the president alone.
Our AFA voter guide is the most distinctive and comprehensive presentation of information on candidates available at one location for values voters. Every individual voter can visit the website, type in his or her address and be presented with their candidates and information that will assist the voter in determining who will best represent their values if elected to public office.
Please help us as we call Christians to prayer and direct them to AFA's unique online voter guide at www.AFAAction.net. We are doing so through email lists, Christian radio networks, churches, Smartphone apps, Web ads, infomercials and automated phone calls to registered voters.
Watch live election coverage with me, Bryan Fischer and Ed Vitagliano at www.afr.net. Minute by minute election returns, Christian worldview commentary, and YOUR tweets and FaceBook posts. Coverage begins at 6:00 pm Central Time on Tuesday, November 8.