Friday, June 1, 2012

60 Million Christians in the U.S.

Of the 60 million Christians in the U.S., only 30 million of them vote in any given election or are even registered to vote. Our research has shown that it only takes 5 million votes to decide an election. We believe that if Christian voters will make their voices heard on Election Day, we can bring about positive change in America. Our nation was founded on Biblical principles, but God has been expunged from our culture, and as a consequence, our nation is in an ethical and moral mess.

Champion the Vote is part of a nationwide grassroots movement to bring God back to the center of American life. Our goal is the rebirth of a commitment to seek His truth and to live by His principles in our personal and public lives.

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The last day to register to vote in the 2012 elections is July 11, 2012. Champion the Vote, across the nation has done all the research and compiled all the contact information for Christians in the United States who are not registered to vote. When you go to they have organized several ways for each of us to get involved individually or by groups. You'll find a wealth of information on their website, but the most important resource they've put together for us is lists of unregistered Christians in your area to contact by phone, email or door to door. Whatever form of contact you're comfortable with is available.

Go to, half way down the page you'll see these instructions:

When you register and log in you'll have access to lists and instructions on making the contact. This is a sample of the address list page for Door to Door contact:

Please join us in this effort to activate Christian voters in your area. The lack of voter turn out in America is heartbreaking and we all know how much is at stake in our 2012 elections. The progressives are still a minority, it's vital to get our Christian neighbors to the polls as a part of the continuing steps toward restoring Liberty in America.

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