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Get Out the Vote with CWA of Florida!

By October 26, 2018Florida
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Dear friend,

As you know, we are at a breaking point in history where the rule of law and civil discourse are being threatened by some politicians and radical activists who insist on getting their way, no matter what. Some are actually inciting that violence to be directed at those with whom they disagree.

It is up to you and me to stand up to this mob mentality by praying against these malicious tactics and voting this November.  Will it be mob rule or the rule of law?!

There are three simple steps that can have a significant impact on our state and nation’s future. Please join us in carrying them out. 

#1 Pray
As a Christian organization, we are first and foremost committed to prayer. As November 6th approaches, will you join us in praying for our state and nation? Please join us by setting a time daily to pray for this next election. Will you do that? Set an alarm on your phone, your computer, put a sticky note on your mirror, whatever works.

# 2 Encourage
As a Christian organization, we are committed to educating and encouraging others to vote. Will you join us in this? Encourage friends and family through Facebook, Twitter, email, etc.

#3 Vote
It is our duty, as citizens and as Christians, to participate in the process by both praying and voting. The institution of government was ordained by God as seen in Romans 13:1-4.

Take a look at the candidates:

Voted NO on Justice Kavanaugh: Sen. Bill Nelson (D-Florida), “I will vote no on Judge Kavanaugh.  It was very apparent in the way that he has conducted himself in interviews. The testimony of Dr. Ford was quite compelling.  As a matter of fact, it was real.”

Supported Justice Kavanaugh: Gov. Rick Scott (R-Florida), “This is a circus.  It is more like a Jerry Springer show.  Dr. Ford and Judge Kavanaugh are pawns in some political game…if you take the evidence together and you look at Judge Kavanaugh’s record as a judge, I will continue to support Judge Kavanaugh.”

In Florida, early voting starts 10 days before and ends 3 days prior to Election Day? Any registered voter may apply for an absentee ballot and vote by mail. They are due 6 days before Election Day by mail or 1 day before in person.  For more information go to

Voter Guides:

Two push cards to freely print and distribute:

Party Platform Comparison (print double-sided 14” X 8 ½”)

Together we will impact our state and nation’s future – Pray, Encourage, and Vote!

Terri Johannessen
State Director
CWA of Florida