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Monday, November 7, 2016

"My Election" tool: Who's running? Where do I vote? What's on the ballot?

Consider...

Besides the presidency, this election will determine the balance of power in the US Senate and House, the makeup of the future Supreme Court, plus many state governorships and legislators and local officials. ONE can make a huge difference:
In 1801, one vote in the U.S. House broke the tie between presidential candidates Thomas Jefferson and Aaron Burr.
In 1876, one vote in the Electoral College gave Rutherford B. Hayes the presidency.
In 2000, the presidency came down to a few votes in one state.

"My Election" tool 

Who's running? Where do I vote? What's on the ballot?
Find out by entering your zip code at the Freedom2Care
"My Election" tool
http://cqrcengage.com/f2c/home.
Thank you for exercising your privilege and duty as an American citizen! May God grant you wisdom and discernment as you help direct our government toward justice and mercy.


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