Posts Tagged: voting
Pennsylvania Family Council invites you to join us on Thursday October 25th at Cornerstone Ministries in Murrysville, PA.
Speakers include:Gary Bauer, National Pro-Family Leader Rep. Sam Rohrer – President, PA Pastor’s Network Erik W. Stanley – Senior Legal Counsel,… Read more
Did you know we’re choosing the next State Attorney General, State Auditor General and State Treasurer on November 6th?
The Attorney General is the chief law enforcement officer of the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania.
The Auditor General is the chief fiscal … Read more
Are you registered to vote? Election Day is Tuesday, November 6, 2012. Make sure you’re registered to vote.
The deadline to register is TODAY, Tuesday, October 9th – note: you must physically deliver it to the county office today, or … Read more
The 2012 General Election Voter’s Guides are being printed tonight!
But, these guides are only good if YOU use them and get them into the hands of your church, your family, friends, neighbors, etc.
This year, the Pennsylvania Presidential Primary is a competitive one. Make sure you get out to vote in April!
You’ll get to vote for president of the United States, but will also vote on offices closer to home: your state … Read more
From Gary Bauer: “The American people have issued a restraining order against a political party that for two years has attempted to do violence to the constitutional principles of limited government and individual liberty.”
We’re hosting Gary Bauer for an … Read more
– Corbett, Toomey Win in Statewide Races – GOP Gains 5 Pennsylvania Seats in Congress – State House Goes to Republican Control
Good morning! Election Day 2010 is finally in the history books, and while there are a number of … Read more
Pennsylvania Family Institute is part of a network of about 35 independent state-based family policy councils around the country — all working to influence policy, strengthen families and advocate for truth. Victoria Cobb, Executive Director of PFI’s sister organization in … Read more
Actually, you don’t have to be Dr. Doolittle to talk with candidates for public office. You just have to be willing to try. Opportunities abound — whether at campaign events, stopping by their offices, or calling them on the phone.… Read more