Ballots are Out and Voting Stations are Open…What You Need to Know Before Casting Your Ballot

Think before you vote, because the choices you make matter! So, let’s walk through a few things.

First, don’t be naïve enough to think elections are 100% clean and fair. Regardless of what you think about the 2020 election, guarding and protecting your right to vote and to have your ballot appropriately counted is important. The safest way to cast your ballot is to go to the polls in person on November 8. (In AZ, click here to find nearby voting locations. In other states, check your state’s Secretary of State’s website or google “polling places.”) If you absolutely cannot go to the polls live on November 8, then drop off your completed ballot at a polling place. Don’t put it in a dropbox and do not mail it in.

Secondly, it is critical to vote your values. In America, we have two major parties: Democrats and Republicans, and both have published their “platforms” (what they support and how they will govern). One party’s platform is far from Biblical principles. The Democratic platform is pro-death (abortion), anti-law and order, into brainwashing our children with poisonous ideology such as CRT and transgenderism, and is all for destroying America in order to usher in globalism. The Republican platform, though perhaps not perfect, does stand for life, law and order, securing the border and curtailing spending. But don’t take my word for it! See the comparisons for yourself:

After understanding which party most closely aligns with Godly values, then take a look at voter guides that align with those values. Here are two very trustworthy, conservative voter guides:

AZ Only

Nationwide

Above all, friends, pray! Yes, we must exercise our faith in the public square, but we must also know and understand that God is sovereign and we must be about our Father’s business. Please exercise your right as an American to vote, and exercise your faith by voting your values at the polls on November 8!

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