My Faith Votes mobilizes churches to host ‘Voter Registration Sunday’ on Sept. 20, registering Christians to vote in November
My Faith Votes, a nonpartisan organization that mobilizes people of faith to vote in local, state and national elections, will observe its second annual national “Voter Registration Sunday” on Sept. 20 in an effort to register Christians to vote in the upcoming November national and local elections.
“I am honored to be joining My Faith Votes as VP of National Outreach,” Paul Isaacs said. “My Faith Votes stands for everything that I hold dear — Christ, His church, and impacting the social systems within the world He created. I hope to bring the energy and experience necessary to propel this organization even further as it continues to grow and reach people of faith all across the country.”
“Voting is a privilege and a blessing that every Christian should enjoy. Now I have the opportunity to share that blessing by empowering and equipping people of faith alongside My Faith Votes, an initiative that is vital to the health of the church and the country,” says Lt. Col. West.
Evangelical leaders launch ‘Our Church Votes’ to rapidly increase voter registration state by state, beginning in Virginia, Georgia, California
My Faith Votes, a nonpartisan movement that motivates, equips, and activates Christians in America to participate in elections, has launched Our Church Votes, a campaign to equip pastors and encourage church attendees to register to vote in upcoming national and local elections, beginning in Virginia, Georgia, and California.
My Faith Votes launches podcast featuring interviews with Mike Huckabee, Abby Johnson, others discussing faith and politics
The My Faith Votes podcast helps Christians think critically about how to apply their faith in the public square. The podcast features some of the leading thinkers in politics and faith, such as Mike Huckabee and pro-life activist Abby Johnson.
My Faith Votes Survey: 6 in 10 Christians have an even higher view of President Trump during COVID-19 crisis
Six in ten self-identified Christians said they have an even higher view of President Trump because of his leadership during the COVID-19 crisis, according to a survey of over 10,000 people conducted by the nonpartisan voter mobilization group My Faith Votes.