Voter Guide Based on a Christian Worldview: Mark Your Ballots Now and Vote For, Not Against, Your Values

Craig HueyChurch, Election Recommendations, Politics2 Comments

Special Report You can access our Voter Guide anytime to help you vote for, not against, your values. It includes the propositions, the judges, and the candidates from president down to many local officials. The issues on the ballot today include supporting Israel, the persecuted church, defending the unborn, religious liberty, jobs and economic recovery, and much more. It’s one … Read More

Election Deception Alert: Slate Recommendations You Are Getting Are “Fraudulent and Misleading” [Video]

Craig HueyElection, Election Recommendations, Media, Politics, Voter FraudLeave a Comment

The 2020 election is less than a month away… By now you are being swamped every day with postal mailers, emails and Facebook ads about many of the candidates and propositions on the ballot. There’s a good place to file all these mailers. It’s in the trash. This is especially true of so-called “slate mailers” – mailing pieces that come … Read More

How You Can Help Bring Church Ballot Harvesting to Transform Your Community

Craig HueyElection Recommendations, Politics, Reality Alert5 Comments

Those who want to destroy Christianity, destroy our freedoms, and pose a Socialist economic system are doing ballot harvesting in the 2020 election. In some states, ballot harvesting is legal and others illegal. But in the states like California, Nevada, Colorado and others that are legal, it’s well-organized. That is why in the March election in California, we tested the … Read More

Powerful Reader Letter: How the Voter Guide Helped Them Vote For and Not Against Their Values in 2020 for District Attorneys, Judges, and candidates.

Craig HueyElection, Election Forum Homepage, Election Recommendations, Election ResultsLeave a Comment

I got this letter from a reader and had to share it with you.  It is powerful – read what it says… Craig- I sent your Election Voters Guide to everyone I could think of, including my two children (son, 29 and daughter 27). When they turned 18, a form to register to vote was on their breakfast bowl. They have … Read More