Posts Tagged: voter guide
We are now one week from Election Day, Tuesday, November 3rd.
We’re being bombarded with campaign ads on television, radio, social media, and in our mailbox. These ads may or may not cover the issues you are interested in.
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Here’s your opportunity to help yourself and others make a big impact for good! The Pennsylvania Family Council’s 2020 General Election Voters Guide will be available for distribution in early fall. Over the decades, we’ve provided millions of our … Read more
The current pandemic — and the actions of our government leaders in response to it — is demonstrating for all to see just how important it is that we vote and vote wisely. Our partners like you already understand that, … Read more
We are less than three weeks away from Pennsylvania’s next election on Tuesday, November 5th and, as always, we at the Pennsylvania Family Council want to help you make informed decisions about your candidates for various positions. Thanks to the support … Read more
Our General Election Voter Guide is the most comprehensive statewide voter guide in Pennsylvania!
The print guide covers U.S. Senate, U.S. House, Governor, and State Senate.
Tuesday, May 16, 2017 is Primary Election Day. Voters across Pennsylvania will be voting for municipal offices (Mayor, City Council, Township Supervisor, Sheriff, Recorder of Deeds, School Board member, etc.) and Judicial candidates.
To help you in your voting decisions, … Read more
Who will you vote for?
Here are two steps every voter concerned with protecting family values should take before Election Day November 4th:
STEP 1 – Take the Pledge
“To restore religious freedom, I pledge to vote wisely in the upcoming general election by reviewing … Read more
PaFamilyVoter.com – Home of the most comprehensive Pennsylvania statewide voters guide.
Hopefully you have already marked your calendar on Tuesday November 4th as Election Day.
It is critical for families across Pennsylvania to get out and vote your values. To … Read more
Would you hire an employee without first looking at their resume? Of course not. So why would you vote for a candidate without first knowing where they stand on the issues?
The Pennsylvania Family Institute Primary Election Voter’s Guide lets … Read more