Local Voter Guides are now available in five Florida counties, and more will be released soon. The Florida Family Policy Council has release a voter guide for the US Presidential and US Senate races and will have an interactive voter guide for state and federal races available by October 15! FLVotesValues.com has released the 2016 General Election Voter Guide for Lake, Walton, Okaloosa, Saint Lucie, and Sumter Counties. In the next few days, we will also have a voter guide for the proposed constitutional amendment, and other guides are coming soon.
View Personhood FL ProLife PAC’s list of Endorsed ProLife Candidates running for federal, state, district, and local races in St Lucie County and throughout Florida.
Help Personhood FL spread the word about the voter guide by sharing this email with your friends, printing and distributing voter guides in your church and community, sharing our voter guide posts on facebook, and by making a generous donation today.
Where do the candidates in Clay, Lake, St Lucie, and Sumter Counties stand on the issues that matter most to you? Get your copy of the local voter guide to see for yourself! Download and distribute copies of the voter guide today!
If you aren’t registered to vote or you have moved since the last election, visit your local supervisor of elections office to register or update your registration. You can even fill out a voter registration form online and mail it in. Remember, our founders gave us the right to vote for those who rule over us. If we fail to do our duty or don’t use do diligence in researching the candidates, we get the government we deserve!
“Consider well the important trust . . . which God . . . [has] put into your hands. . . . To God and posterity you are accountable for [your rights and your rulers]. . . . Let not your children have reason to curse you for giving up those rights and prostrating those institutions which your fathers delivered to you. . .” Matthias Burnett, Pastor of the First Baptist Church in Norwalk, An Election Sermon, Preached at Hartford, on the Day of the Anniversary Election, May 12, 1803.