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Lift the Vote Urges Alabama Christians to Vote in Special U.S. Senate Election Next Week

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Lift the Vote, a non-partisan project of Power of Liberty, Inc. (a 501 c 4 based in Tennessee), is encouraging Alabama Christian voters to pray, discern and cast their votes next Tuesday in the special U.S. Senate election that pits liberal Democrat Doug Jones against conservative Republican Roy Moore, the organization said in a statement released on Wednesday.

“Christians in Alabama need to pray, discern and vote on Tuesday. Vote for what you value, vote for issues you support, like protecting the life of unborn babies, securing religious liberty, and insuring that conservative Justices like Neil Gorsuch can be appointed and confirmed to the U.S. Supreme Court,” said Dana Hunsinger Gill, Co-founder and National Co-Chair of Lift the Vote, in the statement.

“When Christians don’t vote, as happened in ‘08 and ‘12, we silence our own voices and allow other voices to dictate the future of our nation and for our children,” she added.

The statement continued:

Lift the Vote is airing thirty second radio spots on seven Alabama talk and Christian radio stations in Montgomery, Huntsville, Gadsden, Cullman, and Birmingham over the next week. “I’m a Christian, I’m voting!” stickers are also being distributed in the state. In 2016 Lift the Vote distributed 400,000 “I’m a Christian, I’m Voting!” stickers in battleground states of Ohio, Pennsylvania, Virginia, North Carolina, Florida, Colorado and Nevada the last two months of the Presidential campaign.

“Our votes are our voice. If we do not vote to protect our values and support the issues that matter most to us as Christians when we have the opportunity we are then allowing the policy decisions that are made without our input,” Hunsinger Gill concluded.

Lift the Vote is not affiliated with any campaign and does not promote the election or non-election of any particular candidate for office.

Listen to the Lift-the-Vote radio spot here:

 

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