New Resources to Help You Get Out the Vote

Posted by Matt Yonke (July 2, 2012 at 4:07 pm)

Vote buttonAs we move forward in the fight for religious freedom and the repeal of the HHS Mandate, it is becoming ever more clear that electoral change may be the only way back to a government that respects our religious freedom instead of threatening it.

With that in mind, the Stand Up for Religious Freedom campaign has added a new page of tools for Voting and Elections.

On this page you’ll find detailed instructions on holding a voter registration drive, voter guides to help educate citizens to make informed choices in the voting booth, resources on what is legally allowed in a church setting and more.

Use these tools to spread the word about the importance of voting to protect religious freedom in November and for educating and registering all the folks you know who share the belief that our fundamental freedoms must be protected.

Check back as we’ll be adding new resources as the election draws closer. Know of a great election or voting resource? Leave it in the comments to share!

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2 Responses to “New Resources to Help You Get Out the Vote”

  1. M P says:

    In Indiana, voters may wish to view the website for information such as elected officials, elections, primary election results, candidate information, vote centers, voter help, online polls, and more. Could be resourceful.

    July 2nd, 2012 at 8:15 pm
  2. Diane Royal says:

    your link here does not work – can you fix it? Thanks!

    July 3rd, 2012 at 7:41 pm