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Let each citizen remember at the moment he is offering his vote … he is executing one of the most solemn trusts in human society for which he is accountable to God and his country.
Samuel Adams, 1722-1803 (The “Father of the American Revolution”)

Wait Just a Minute! Some Very Good News May Be Coming

By Jay Valentine

Like many, I spent the last few nights waking up at 2:03 A.M., no reason, then looking at my phone for news, any news, that might be positive for President Trump.  I survived on Rush, Bongino, Mark Levin.  When the news continued to be ugly, I even checked in on ridiculous bloggers promising that ballots were watermarked and D.J. (our household name for a president we love) was actually launching a sting on the Deep State.

Enough already.  Stop the madness.  

Hey, I have a degree in statistics, and I have some level of critical thought.  If there is such pessimism in my tribe, I am not going along.

So today, I started to dig into the numbers, and as I did, I fought my confirmation bias at every step.  

I realized that I, like millions of others, had been numbed into despondency by the overwhelming press, media, social media push to certify President-Elect Biden.  (I put that in there so you can see how repellent it is.)

Hey guys, this thing is not only not over; it is scary for Biden.  I mean really scary, and most of all, the media know it.  Thus, the rush to get everyone in line with the narrative that a 78-year-old, early-dementia former V.P., who could not draw a crowd larger than a dozen, just beat D.J. in a fair election.

Process that for a moment.

Start with Pennsylvania.  Biden, as of this writing, is at 290 electoral votes.  Pennsylvania is 20.

I read the Justice Alito opinion, and it is pretty clear that he wants the after election night at 8:00 P.M. votes separated for a reason.  Biden is going to lose at the Supreme Court, and they know it.  Four justices already said the Pennsylvania Supreme Court cannot adjust voting rules.   A new arrival, Justice Barrett, says she is there to apply the rules in the Constitution.  OK, wanna bet she does?

Remove the after 8:00 P.M. ballots, and Biden loses Pennsylvania.  Biden 270.

Let's visit Nevada.  I have lots of friends in California who have condos in Nevada to evade state taxes.  There are not a couple of people doing this; there are tens of thousands.  Everyone knows it, and California seeks them out.

Our old pal Harry Reid knows it as well, and he apparently has them voting in droves in this election.  Probably not a big D.J. constituency.  Within 72 hours of the election, the Trump team found, validated over 3,500 of them.  I do not suspect that Trump's people stopped counting.

Every one of these is a ballot reduction for Biden

Nevada, as of now, is well within reach for DJ and the Trump team — particularly when the California crowd is reduced.  And a few of them may testify since a false vote is a very bad thing, with jail time if convicted.  Maybe a bigger story here.

Remember where we are, people.  Biden is at 270 after a highly probable Supreme Court decision (read Alito and concurring opinions).

Lose Nevada, lose the election.

But wait: it gets better.

Let's visit Wisconsin.  Right now, it is 20,000 votes in Uncle Joe's direction.  Lots of stories out there, well below the Google fold, that there are way more Wisconsin votes than there are registered voters.  OK, maybe the dead can vote up there — probably a Midwest thing.

Well, last night, we found that Wisconsin election clerks were told, and followed the direction, to modify mail-in ballots and fill in the blanks where witnesses left out critical info.

I am sure it was just a good customer service thing and they meant no harm.  The problem is every such ballot is now toast.

There were "thousands" of such prima facie wrongful votes.  Oops.  Biden up 20,000 — now that number is in question.  No more truckloads of votes coming in, so every ballot D.J.'s team eliminates gets President-Elect Biden one step closer to former V.P. Biden who lives in a basement.  Not good here.

North Carolina.  That one pretty much looks like as though it is over and D.J. won it.  Fox News is rumored to call it for Trump around April 2021.

Remember where we are here.  Biden is probably going to lose Pennsylvania, so if he loses even one state, even one Electoral College vote, ouch! 

Either D.J. wins outright, or it goes to the House, which means that D.J. has four more years.

We're not done yet.

Michigan.  Oh, yes, the land of the "glitches" in the voting machines.  Six thousand votes for Trump given to Biden in one of 47 counties where that software is used.  About 150,000 votes in Biden's favor right now.  

Google the 130,000 Biden votes that showed up in the middle of the night, and you can see how the wonderful people at Google are fact-checking this "debunked" story.  In fact, for fun, Google "Michigan voter fraud," and you get literally three pages of "this was fact checked and proven to be false."  Why would Google be so assiduous?

They too see that if Amy votes with the four, Biden is one vote away from the basement.

Lawsuits in Michigan and the other states are being launched, and discovery will take place.  Google will not be there.  

Voter fraud is kind of like larceny.  A little is OK.  It is even kind of entertaining.

Dead people have been voting for a hundred years in Democratic cities.  It is such a constant that one would think the Republican Party would consider a Dead Voter Outreach program to get their share.

But voter fraud on this scale is just not sustainable.  It does not pass the common sense test. 

We have bloggers with lots of time on their hands going through voter rolls and showing that person after person who voted in a swing state also fought in the Civil War or maybe the War of 1812.  It was funny at first, but the overwhelming number now goes beyond humor and rubs our faces in it.

I think D.J. has to swing one state.  Actually, one electoral vote.  Not only is this thing not over, but the Biden team must be sweating bullets.

Voter fraud at scale seemed like a really cool idea until D.J. went to the mattresses.  Now that he is fighting it out one voter at a time, with the Supreme Court likely to create the starting point at Biden 270, Biden has everything to lose.

Perk up!

 

 

Comparison guide for Lani Popp vs. Rebecca Bell-Metereau (click here)

 

click here for PARTY PLATFORM COMPARISON 2020

 

2020 General Election

 

Hays County:

Early Voting

Locations, Dates & Times

2020 General Election
Early Voting
Locations, Dates & Times
Tuesday, October 13th – Friday, October 16th
Saturday, October 17th
Sunday, October 18th

Monday, October 19th – Friday, October 23rd
Saturday, October 24th
Sunday, October 25th

Monday, October 26th – Friday, October 30th

10:00am to 7:00pm
7:00am to 7:00pm
1:00pm to 6:00pm

10:00am to 7:00pm
7:00am to 7:00pm
1:00pm to 6:00pm

7:00am to 7:00pm



San Marcos (click location or address for Google Map link)
Hays County Government Center 712 South Stagecoach Trail, San Marcos
Hays County Transportation – Yarrington Bldg. 2717 Yarrington Road, San Marcos
Hays County Health Department / Live Oak Health 401 Broadway Street, #A, San Marcos
Texas State University – Performing Arts Center 405 Moon Street, San Marcos
 
Buda (click location or address for Google Map link)
Buda City Hall 405 East Loop Street, Buda
 
Kyle / Uhland (click location or address for Google Map link)
Hays CISD Admin Building 21003 Interstate 35, Kyle
Kyle City Hall 100 West Center Street, Kyle
Live Oak Academy High School 4820 Jack C. Hays Trail, Kyle
 
Dripping Springs / Austin (click location or address for Google Map link)
Dripping Springs Ranch Park 1042 Event Center Dr, Dripping Springs
Hays County Precinct 4 Office 195 Roger Hanks Pkwy, Dripping Springs
 
Wimberley (click location or address for Google Map link)
Scudder Elementary 400 Green Acres Drive, Wimberley
Wimberley Community Center 14068 Ranch Road 12, Wimberley

Election Day Voting

 

Hays County

Voting Locations & Times
Tuesday, November 3rd 7:00am to 7:00pm

San Marcos (click location or address for Google Map link)
Calvary Baptist Church 1906 North Interstate 35, San Marcos
Centro Cultural Hispano 211 Lee Street, San Marcos
Dunbar Center 801 Martin Luther King Drive, San Marcos
First Baptist Church, San Marcos 325 McCarty Lane, San Marcos
Hays County Government Center 712 South Stagecoach Trail, San Marcos
Hays County Transportation – Yarrington Bldg. 2717 Yarrington Road, San Marcos
Hays County Health Department / Live Oak Health 401 Broadway Street, #A, San Marcos
Promiseland Church 1650 Lime Kiln Rd, San Marcos
San Marcos Activity Center 501 East Hopkins Street, San Marcos
San Marcos Fire Station #5 100 Carlson Circle, San Marcos
San Marcos Housing Authority / CM Allen Homes 820 Sturgeon Drive, San Marcos
Sinai Pentecostal Church 208 Laredo Street, San Marcos
South Hays Fire Station #12 8301 Ranch Road 12, San Marcos
Stone Brook Seniors 300 South Stagecoach Trail, San Marcos
Texas State University – Performing Arts Center 405 Moon Street, San Marcos
 
Buda (click location or address for Google Map link)
Buda City Hall 405 East Loop Street, Buda
Buda Elementary Upper Campus 300 San Marcos Street, Buda
Hays Hills Baptist Church 1401 FM 1626, Buda
McCormick Middle School 5700 Dacy Lane, Buda
Southern Hills Church of Christ 3740 FM 967, Buda
 
Kyle / Uhland (click location or address for Google Map link)
Chapa Middle School 3311 Dacy Lane, Kyle
Hays CISD Admin Building 21003 Interstate 35, Kyle
Hays Precinct 2 Office 5458 FM 2770, Kyle
Kyle City Hall 100 West Center Street, Kyle
Live Oak Academy High School 4820 Jack C. Hays Trail, Kyle
Tobias Elementary School 1005 East FM 150, Kyle
Uhland Elementary School 2331 High Road, Uhland
Wallace Middle School 1500 West Center Street, Kyle
 
Dripping Springs / Austin (click location or address for Google Map link)
Belterra Centre 151 Trinity Hills Drive, Austin
Dripping Springs Ranch Park 1042 Event Center Dr, Dripping Springs
Hays County Precinct 4 Office 195 Roger Hanks Pkwy, Dripping Springs
Hays County Fire / Rescue Station #2 – Driftwood Battalion 15850 FM 1826, Austin
 
Wimberley (click location or address for Google Map link)
Cypress Creek Church 211 Stillwater, Wimberley
Scudder Elementary 400 Green Acres Drive, Wimberley
VFW Post #6441 401 Jacobs Well Road, Wimberley
Wimberley Community Center 14068 Ranch Road 12, Wimberley

 

COMAL COUNTY, TEXAS

November 3, 2020

 

Comal County:

Early Voting

 

Main Early Voting Polling Location:

COMAL COUNTY ELECTIONS OFFICE

396 N. Seguin Ave., New Braunfels, TX 78130

Emergency and Limited ballots available only at the main location.

Location Temporary Branch Early Voting Polling Locations

Early Voting Dates and Hours

Tuesday, October 13th through Friday, October 16th, 2020……….…… 8:00 a.m. to 6:00 p.m. Saturday, October 17th, 2020………………………………… .....……….. 7:00 a.m. to 7:00 p.m. Sunday, October 18th , 2020……………………………………………….. 1:00 p.m. to 6:00 p.m. Monday, October 19th through Saturday, October 24th, 2020……….… 7:00 a.m. to 7:00 p.m. Sunday, October 25th, 2020………………………………………………… 1:00 p.m. to 6:00 p.m. Monday, October 26th through Friday, October 30th, 2020 ……………. 7:00 a.m. to 7:00 p.m.

Applications for ballot by mail shall be mailed to:

BOBBIE KOEPP Early Voting Clerk

396 N. Seguin Ave., New Braunfels, TX 78130.

Applications for ballots by mail must be received no later than the close of business on:

October 23, 2020

 

Election Day Voting

 

Comal County

 

NOVEMBER 3, 2020 GENERAL ELECTION DAY POLLING LOCATIONS 7 A.M. TO 7 P.M.

 

VC #1 Comal County Senior Citizens Center 665 Landa, New Braunfels 78130
VC #2 Mammen Family Public Library 131 Bulverde Crossing, Bulverde, Tx 78163
VC #3 Freedom Fellowship Church 410 Oak Run Point, New Braunfels, Tx 78132
VC #4 Tye Preston Memorial Library 16311 South Access Rd., Canyon Lake, Tx 78133
VC #5 Canyon Springs Resort Clubhouse 691 Canyon Springs Dr., Canyon Lake, Tx 78133
VC #6 Emergency Services District No. 4 Fire Station No. 4 215 Rebecca Creek Road, Canyon Lake, TX 78133
VC #7 Vintage Oaks Amenity Center 1250 Via Principale, New Braunfels, Tx 78132
VC #8 Lakeside Golf Club 405 Watts Lane, Canyon Lake, Tx 78133
VC #9 Christ Our King Anglican Church 115 Kings Way, New Braunfels, Tx 78132
VC #10 Comal County Offices, Bulverde Annex, JP 2 Courtroom 30470 Cougar Bend, Bulverde, Tx 78163
VC #11 Jay F. Feibelman Garden Ridge Community Center, Wildflower Room 9500 Municipal Parkway, Garden Ridge, Tx 78266
VC #12 Bulverde/Spring Branch Fire & EMS @ Johnson Ranch 30475 Johnson Way, Bulverde, Tx 78163
VC #13 Cibolo Creek Community Church 30395 Ralph Fair Rd., Boerne, Tx 78015
VC #14 Westside Community Center, Gym 2932 S. IH 35, New Braunfels, Tx 78130
VC #15 Knights of Columbus Hall, Large Room 111 Landa St., New Braunfels, Tx 78130
VC #16 New Braunfels Library, Large Meeting Room 700 E. Common, New Braunfels, Tx 78130
VC #17 Comal County Offices, Goodwin Annex, Training Room 1297 Church Hill Dr., New Braunfels, Tx 78130
VC #18 New Braunfels Christian Church, Fellowship Hall 734 N. Loop 337, New Braunfels, Tx 78130

 

 

Guadalupe County:

Early Voting

Early Voting Dates and Hours

 

Tuesday, October 13th through Friday, October 16th, 2020 …………………………….8:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m.                         Saturday, October 17th, 2020…………………………………………………………………………7:00 a.m. to 7:00 p.m.       

Sunday, October 18th, 2020……………………………………………………………………………1:00 p.m. to 6:00 p.m.       

Monday, October 19th through Saturday, October 24th, 2020…………………………7:00 a.m. to 7:00 p.m.                     Sunday, October 25th, 2020……………………………………………………………………………1:00 p.m. to 6:00 p.m.       

Monday, October 26th through Friday, October 30th, 2020 …………………………….7:00 a.m. to 7:00 p.m.                          

 

Main Early Voting Polling Location

                                                                                                                                                               

SEGUIN ELECTIONS OFFICE

215 S. Milam St., Seguin, TX  78155

 

Emergency and Limited ballots available only at the main location.

                   

 

Locations of Branch Early Voting Polling Locations

 

CIBOLO FIRE STATION #2                           

3864 Cibolo Valley Dr., Cibolo, TX 78108

CENTRAL TEXAS TECHNOLOGY CENTER

2189 FM 758,New Braunfels, TX 78130

GRACE CHURCH                                           

3240 FM 725,New Braunfels, TX 78130

NEW BERLIN CITY HALL                              

9180 FM 775, New Berlin, TX

SCHERTZ ELECTIONS OFFICE ANNEX     

1101 Elbel Road, Schertz, TX 78154

FORMER SCHERTZ ELECTION OFFICE 

1101 Elbel Road, Schertz, TX 78154

SEGUIN ISD ADMINISTRATION BLDG        

1221 E. Kingsbury St., Seguin, TX

SELMA CITY HALL                                        

9375 Corporate Drive, Selma, TX

 

Applications for Ballot by Mail shall be mailed to:   Lisa Hayes , Elections Administrator, P. O. Box 1346, Seguin, TX  78156-1346.

Applications for Ballots by Mail must be received no later than the close of business on October 23, 2020. 

Guadalupe County

Election Day Voting

 

November 3, 2020

Locations Polls Open from 7:00 a.m. to 7:00 p.m.

 

Guadalupe County will be using Vote Centers for the November 3, 2020 Elections.  

Any Guadalupe County registered voter can vote at any Guadalupe County Election Day Location,  regardless of the precinct in which they reside.

          VC #1                 McQueeney Lions Club , 3211 FM 78, McQueeney  

          VC #2                  Vogel Elementary School, 16121 FM 725, Seguin 

          VC #3                   Seguin ISD Admin Bldg., 1221 E. Kingsbury, Seguin (previously Remarkable Healthcare)

          VC #4                  Forest Hills Baptist Church, 8251 FM 1117, Seguin 

          VC #5 Justice of the Peace Court, Pct 1, 2405 E. US Hwy 90, Seguin 

          VC #6                Kingsbury United Methodist Church, 7035 FM 2438, Kingsbury 

          VC #7                 Staples Baptist Church, 10020 FM 621, Staples 

          VC #8                 Maranatha Fellowship Hall, 2356 S. Hwy. 80, Luling  

          VC #9   TLU Alumni Student Center, Conference Rooms A/B, 1109 University St., Seguin

(previously Jackson Park Student Activity Center @ TLU) VC #10              Grace Church, 3240 FM 725, New Braunfels 

         VC #11          McQueeney VFW Post 9213, 275 Gallagher, McQueeney  

         VC #12           Columbus Club of Seguin, 1015 S. Austin Street, Seguin  

         VC #13     Our Lady of Guadalupe Church Annex, 730 N. Guadalupe St. Seguin 

         VC #14             Westside Baptist Church, 1208 N. Vaughan St., Seguin  

         VC #15                American Legion Hall, 618 E. Kingsbury, Seguin  

         VC #16       Geronimo Community Center, 280 Navarro Dr, Geronimo  

         VC #17               St. Joseph’s Mission , 5093 Redwood Rd., San Marcos   

         VC #18                 The Silver Center, 510 E. Court St., Seguin  

         VC #19        Central Texas Technology Center, 2189 FM 758, Bldg B, Room 157, New Braunfels

         VC #20                 The Cross Church, 814 N. Bauer, Seguin

         VC #21     Santa Clara City Hall, 1653 N. Santa Clara Rd., Santa Clara     

         VC #22      Marion Dolford Learning Center,  200 W. Schlather Lane, Cibolo

         VC #23                 Schertz Elections Office, 1101 Elbel Rd., Schertz  

         VC #24        Schertz United Methodist Church, 3460 Roy Richard Dr., Schertz 

         VC #25                Selma City Hall, 9375 Corporate Dr., Selma 

         VC #26          Crosspoint Fellowship Church, 2600 Roy Richard Drive, Schertz 

         VC #27 Immaculate Conception Catholic Church, 212 N. Barnett St., Marion 

         VC #28     Schertz Community Center, 1400 Schertz Parkway, Schertz  

         VC #29        Guadalupe County Services Center, 1052 FM 78, Schertz 

         VC #30 Schertz Community Center North, 3501 Morning Dr., Cibolo  

         VC #31              St. John's Lutheran Church, 606 S. Center St., Marion 

         VC #32                 New Berlin City Hall, 9180 FM 775, New Berlin   

VC #33                 NBISD Transportation Bldg,  2621 Klein Way, New Braunfels (previously Klein Road Elementary School)   

         VC #34          Cibolo Fire Station #2, 3864 Cibolo Valley Drive, Cibolo

         VC #35             Living Waters Worship Center, 3325 N. State Hwy 46, Seguin

       

Caldwell County:

 

Early Voting Dates and Hours

Dates Oct 13-Oct 30
Places:  Scott Annex Bldg. 1403 Blackjack Street Lockhart  and  Luling Civic Center  333 East Austin Street, Luling

November 3, 2020

Caldwell County Election Day Polling Locations November 3rd

PRECINCT

LOCATION

ADDRESS

     

100

First Lockhart Baptist Church Hall

305 W Prairie Lea St, Lockhart

101

Lockhart High School Gymnasium Foyer

906 Center St, Lockhart

103

Lockhart Middle School

500 City Line Rd, Lockhart

105

St Pauls United Church of Christ Hall

728 South Main St, Lockhart

111

Park Plaza Shopping Center

1100 State Park Rd, Ste 1022, Lockhart

301

Arise of the Church Christian Fellowship

 

302

Maxwell Community Center

180 Fourth St, Maxwell Community

303

Trinity United Church Annex

13700 Camino Real (State Hwy 21)

401

St Mark's Methodist Church Hall

602 E Live Oak St, Lockhart

402

M.L. Cisneros Freshman Campus

419 Bois D'Arc St, Lockhart

412

Grace Evangelical Lutheran Church

108 N Main St, Lockhart

Caldwell County Candidates:


President Donald J. Trump
Vice President Mike Pence                                    

US Senator John Cornyn

Jenny Garcia Sharon for US Congress
US Congressman MIcheal Cloud

James "Jim" Wright, Railroad Commision

Chief Justice Nathan Hecht

Justice Jane Bland

Justice Jeff Boyd

Justice Bert Richardson

Justice Kevin Patrick Yeary

Justice David Newell

Justice Jeff Rose

Lani Popp, State Board of Education

Frank Pomeroy, Texas Senate District 21

State Representative John Cyrier

Bruce Boyer, 22nd District Court

District Judge, 421st District                                   County Commissioner Pct 1
Chris Schnieder                                                      BJ Westmoreland

TX House 17 Representative                                 County Commissioner Pct 3
John Cyrier                                                             Ed Theriot

Distrct Clerk                                                            Constable Pct 2
Juanita Allen                                                           Tom Will

Caldwell County Sheriff                                          Constable Pct 3
Mike Lane                                                               Michael Bell

 County Tax Assesor-Collector

Debbie Cortez Sanders

 

 

True the Vote Joins New Mexico Citizens in Battle

April 3, 2020

True the Vote has joined with New Mexican voters to intervene in a lawsuit in which several county clerks and the New Mexico Secretary of State, without opposition, are requesting the Supreme Court of New Mexico to order that the upcoming June 2nd primary election be restricted to mail-in ballots only, eliminating entirely both in-person and absentee balloting. These Democrat government officials based their request on the national health crisis caused by the COVID-19 virus. See video and read more...

Avenues to Voter Fraud Have No Place in Coronavirus Bill

 

lani poppInterview with Lani Popp, candidate for State Board of Education

I met with Lani Popp, who is running for the State Board of Education, where she explained her reasons for running. Lani Popp is a teacher in the field of Speech Pathology, and currently works with students who have disabilities in the Northside ISD in San Antonio. She has both a Bachelor and Masters in Speech Pathology. I asked her why she wanted to serve at the State Board and she responded that she really felt that the Lord was leading her in this direction. Our current, and soon to be retired Board member, Ken Mercer, had asked her if she would consider running for the position. After much prayer and due to her passion for teaching and her students, Lani decided that this is what the Lord would want her to do. I inquired about her standing with the Lord, which I believe is extremely important if one is going to serve in a public position, especially in this case. I always ask the same three questions of candidates: First, are you a Christian and would you give an account of how you came to believe in Jesus? Second, what is your Christian walk on a daily basis? Is Christ number one in your life or is He just someone you occasionally think about? Third, if you are elected, will your commitment to Christ be first in your actions and decisions, or will you take a stance of not wanting to impose your “religion” on others? Lani gave me an excellent account on all of these. She is as passionate about her walk with the Lord as she is when working with her students. She believes that without His guidance, she would not be able to perform to the ability needed. We also talked about History curriculum in the public schools and how important that was to me personally as a retired history teacher. I found out that she loves history as well and agrees that the history program in the public schools has been ignored in favor of other subjects. I talked about the importance of our country’s Founding period and how it has become neglected or worse yet, misrepresented. Lani was emphatic that this is a detriment to raising good citizens that have respect and love of America. We visited for almost two hours and I came away assured that Lani would make a positive influence on our State Board.

 

It’s estimated that there are at least 30 million committed Christians in America who love God and believe in the Bible but who do not vote. At the same time, every presidential election in the past 25 years has been won by less than 10 million votes.

By staying silent, believers are allowing non-believers to decide who will run our government and create our public policies. If we want to see America return to her godly heritage, we as Christians must act, and we must act now. We must pray, but we also need to vote.

CHURCHES AND ELECTIONS - WHAT IS THE LAW? (Provided by Liberty Institute)

Many churches and pastors feel called by Scripture to “equip the saints” to represent Christ in all areas of our society, including the voting booth. Pastors should thus be supported in their goal of helping their members be good stewards in representing Christ in their civic duties. This is especially important in light of the fact that only one out of every four Christians in America is voting.

Unfortunately, many churches and pastors have been given false information in an attempt to scare them from and impacting their culture for Christ. The law is actually very supportive of pastors and churches in fulfilling their mission to equip their saints. Even as a non-profit corporation, there is very little a church may not do.

CHURCHES MAY NOT:

  1. Endorse or oppose a particular candidate
  2. Contribute to or use church resources for one candidate over another (including free use of church list)
  3. Permit the distribution of material on church premises that favors any one candidate or political party

CHURCHES MAY (among other activities):

  1. Register their members as voters
  2. Pass out non-partisan Voter’s Guides that do not favor a particular candidate or party and that cover a wide range of issues.
  3. Invite all candidates in a race to speak (It’s okay if only one shows up)
  4. Speak directly about specific issues and legislation (abortion, marriage, etc.)

Individually, a pastor can do whatever he feels led to do—endorse, support a member’s campaign, etc., as long as it is not done with church resources. There are no limitations on the pastor individually. The few limitations above that exist are only for the Church entity and only if the Church is a non-profit corporation.

Pastors should not be intimidated from acting as pastors, calling their people to vote and giving them information so they can best represent Christ in the voting booth.

If Christians don’t personally engage in politics, it’s all over for America

If we fail to act in the public square, more immoral policies will spread and harm those we love.

 

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