VALUES VOTER NIGHT
Voting is not just your duty as a Christian citizen; but casting an informed vote is also the duty of a Christian voter. According to Bill Bright, the late founder of Campus Crusade for Christ, a Christian has Five Duties:
To help cast an informed vote, we recommend that each church and church community hold a Values Voter Night during the first week in October. Sample ballots and Vote by Mail Ballots will be in the hands of those registered to vote at that time.
The Values Advocacy Council will supply the VAC Action Values Voter Guides identifying the positions on key issues of importance to Values Voters for the attendees. Additional voter guides prepared by Family Research Council (FRC Action) and other leading organizations will be provided.
Watchmen Ministry Leaders should lead the information portion of the meeting. A training session will be provided to the Watchmen Ministry Leaders on how to run an effective Values Voter Night.
It is anticipated that Values Voters will have the opportunity to review and prepare their Sample Ballots during this session. Additionally, key questions can be identified and answered. In the event the question cannot be answered, a VAC staff member will research the question in an attempt to answer the question at a later time.
The importance of casting an informed ballot will be emphasized. Values Voters will be strongly encouraged to vote either by mail or at their polling place on Election Day.
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