My Faith Votes | Ben Carson and Kirk Cameron Urge Christians to Vote in November Elections


Ben Carson and Kirk Cameron Urge Christians to Vote in November Elections

Former Republican presidential hopeful Ben Carson and actor-producer Kirk Cameron have urged Christians to vote as the upcoming elections draw closer.

The unlikely duo appeared on a live TeleForum™ event organized by My Faith Votes held on Carson's living room Tuesday and strongly urged Christian voters to exercise their political rights.

The 64-year-old retired neurosurgeon noted that about 25 million religious people didn't take to the polling booths in the recent election. Carson warned that skipping the political exercise still had its own consequences.

"When you don't vote, you're voting," Carson said, according to The Christian Post.

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My Faith Votes— is a ministry that motivates, equips, and activates Christians in America to vote in every election, transforming our communities and influencing our nation with biblical truth. An estimated 25 million Christians who are registered to vote, fail to vote in presidential elections. My Faith Votes is on a mission to change this statistic by helping Christians act on their faith and vote in every election. When we pray unceasingly for our nation, think biblically about the issues, and vote consistently in every election the impact of Christians taking action from the local to the state and federal level will be unprecedented.

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