2006 California General Election Voter Guide

Vote Your Values on November 7!

The November 7, 2006 General Election is just days away and I know you and your family want to be prepared and informed on where the candidates stand on moral and social issues. Click Here for California information from American Family Association’s 2006 ValuesVoters.com voter information website.

The liberals and mainstream media are well aware of what is at stake in our nation and have been hard at work to discourage values voters in hopes that we will sit out the 2006 elections. For the sake of our children and grandchildren, we must not make that mistake.

Forward this email or print a copy of these Voter Guides and give them to your pastor for distribution in your church. Pastors, churches and non-profit organizations can distribute voter guides to inform the public about the positions and voting records of candidates. Click Here for a detailed guide from the AFA Center for Law and Policy as to what churches may and may not do in the context of political action.

Early Voting has already begun in most states and Absentee Ballots are available in many states. Click Here to access vital voter registration and absentee ballot forms along with voting dates, places, guides and deadlines for California.

The nation’s values voters were the single largest factor in the 2004 elections — and now is no time to let up. Your vote can and will make a difference! Voting is a privilege that millions of people in other parts of the world can only dream about. For a clear presentation on the importance of this election, please read this commentary by David Barton from the October AFA Journal, “For Moral Issues to Prevail, Values Voters Must Storm the Polls in November.”


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Posted on November 1, 2006, in News and politics. Bookmark the permalink. 3 Comments.

  1. I think it’s unfortunate that so many conservatives can’t or won’t see that the Republican Party elites are exploiting them and have no intention of pursuing a conservative agenda.

    Just imagine what conservatives would be saying if a Democrat president and Congress had broken all spending records, had exploded the size of government, had saddled us with a socialist and overly costly prescription drug plan, had done little if anything to secure our borders, and, to top it all off, had lead us into a war in Iraq under pretenses that were later (and quickly) proven false, and then sent our troops into battle without sufficient body armor and without enough armored vehicles, failed to anticipate the insurgency, failed to come up with any viable plan for dealing with the insurgency, and refused to do anything but “stay the course.” Conservatives would rightly be screaming from the rooftops.

    The GOP leadership clearly has no serious interest in limited government, no interest in cutting pork-barrel spending, and no interest in moral issues.

    Until conservatives are willing to lose an election or two and abandon the Republican Party, we will continue to get “the lesser of two evils.”

    We might do well to follow Joseph Smith’s example. In 1844 he decided to form a third party because he was so unhappy with the “major” political parties of his day. He chose principle over “political reality.” He didn’t care if he “drained off votes from the lesser of the the evils.” He didn’t care that his candidacy “might help the worst candidate win.”

    Nothing will ever change as long as conservatives continue to be the lap dogs of the GOP corporate and political elite. Those folks couldn’t care less about grass-roots conservatism and traditional values.

  2. Correction: I said:

    “. . . and, to top it all off, had lead us into a war in Iraq under pretenses that were later (and quickly) proven false.”

    Of course, that should read, “had LED us into a war,” not “had lead us into a war.”

  3. Mike, thanks for stopping by. I love your work and have visited your site many times

    Mike, it is my contention that President Gordon B. Hinckley supported the Iraq war and regime change in Iraq. This primarily from his talk War & Peace

    What say you?

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