Posts Categorized: Voting
On November 8th, Pennsylvanians will be voting for the top watchdogs of the state – the State Row Offices: Attorney General, Auditor General and State Treasurer. What are the primary roles and responsibilities of these positions?
The Attorney … Read more
By Macie Malone, PFI Summer Intern
This November, people across the nation will be voting in the 2016 General Election for the next President of the United States. Americans are concerned for the well-being of the nation and have an … Read more
Pennsylvania Family Institute’s 2016 Printed Voter Guide covers all statewide candidates for President of the United States, U.S. Senate, U.S. House of Representatives, Attorney General, Auditor General and State Treasurer. (Online guide covers State Senate, State House and … Read more
According to voter registration and estimated population totals, 34% of Pennsylvanians are currently not registered to vote.
Last Presidential election, comparing those registered to vote with the total ballots cast for President, 32.5% of Pennsylvania registered voters did not vote.… Read more
Every election season the Pennsylvania Family Institute provides a Voter Guide to help you along with your family and friends make an informed decision on Election Day.
“I’m going to every state in our country to challenge Christians to live out their faith at home, in public and at the ballot box—and I will share the Gospel.” –Franklin Graham
Thousands will come together in Harrisburg from 12 … Read more
Election Day is almost here – Tuesday, April 26th – and Pennsylvania Family Institute has available its 2016 Primary Election Voter’s Guide. You can view this information at PAFamilyVoter.com. You have options of printing a personalized guide or you … Read more
Pennsylvania’s Primary Election is Tuesday, April 26th.
All eyes are on Iowa today as the first votes are cast for who may be our next President.
Pennsylvania’s Primary is still nearly three months away – April 26. But there are several things you can be doing in … Read more
Yesterday was Election Day here in Pennsylvania and elsewhere, and like virtually every day after there is both good news and bad news to report. But first, thanks to all of you who took time to vote, and for all … Read more