Is everyone in your church registered to vote? The truth might shock you.
Research shows that there are millions of pro-faith conservatives sitting in churches who aren't registered to vote. Even worse, there are tens of millions more who registered in the past but just don't vote.
Millions of them have moved, have old addresses and need to have their voter registration updated in order to be able to vote this November.
Having a Civic Sunday registration drive can change all of that!
Conservatives all across the country are targeting two Sundays in September - the 11th and the 18th - as days to promote and focus on voter registration. We encourage you to join the effort!
Working together to focus on those two Sundays will increase the attention paid to voter registration in churches nationwide. It will give pastors an occasion to focus on the importance of voting our values, and remind people that voting is not only a civic duty, but part of our testimony to the community of what we believe.
More to the point, if we don't vote, we shouldn't complain.
You can got to our website and find details about "How to conduct a voter registration drive" in your place of worship. And for those who believe that churches can't get involved, download a copy of our "What churches can and cannot do in politics" and pass it along!
Studies show that someone who registers to vote now has an 82% chance of voting this November - and that people are more likely to vote when someone that they respect tells them that it's important.
Your help will make sure that other Christian conservative voices are heard on Election Day!
Also, please take a moment and let us know if your church will be conducting a voter registration drive. We want to make sure that all of the pundits and politicians know that churches are getting engaged!
Thanks so much for all that you do!
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