Washington D.C. – Concerned Women for America (CWA) of Florida will be hosting multiple phone banks over the next two weeks as part of the She Votes 2012 project, a get-out-the-vote project of Concerned Women for America.
Concerned Women for America CEO and President said “With the national debt now at 16 trillion, big government out of control, the family being redefined, our religious rights under attack and abortion taking the lives of 4,000 children a day, what is our responsibility before God for this nation? ”
“What’s a Christian to do? We have just two weeks until the most important election in our lifetime, and we are leaving no stone unturned to get-out-the-conservative vote. Together we will change the course of our nation through prayer, voter turnout, and more.”
CWA of Florida has worked tirelessly to educate and inform women of their civic duty to vote. Phone banking will continue until election day and serves as a great way for like-minded ladies to join together in activism.
She Votes 2012 inspires, trains, and activates conservatives to impact elections across the country. The goal is to see more conservative leaders in office who will uphold traditional family values, respect national sovereignty, and support constitutional free market principles.
To learn more about She Votes 2012, please visit www.SheVotes2012.org.
If you would like to schedule an interview with CWA CEO and President Penny Nance or Florida She Votes Field Director Pam Cole please contact Alison Howard at [email protected] or 202-309-5978.
Santa Rosa Beach holds She Votes 2012 phone bank to get out the vote. Pictured are Pam Cole, Joyce Ward, Boni Rekas, Betty Letcher, Joyce Ward, Silvia Stewart, Russelle Bryan, Jane Carron and Gretchen Nichols.