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Virginia: Help Us Ensure Election Integrity in 2022

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The 2022 elections are upon us, and we need your help to ensure that every eligible vote counts in Virginia! Here are ways to engage:

 

  1. Serve as challengers and watchers during early voting and on Election Day. Reach out to your local Republican or Democrat parties for information on qualifications and how to apply.
  2. Serve as Officer of Elections/Election Officer (poll workers.) Learn about Officers of Elections in Virginia and how to apply here. Use can also use the poll worker lookup toolto find information on being a poll worker in your community, including requirements, hours, pay, training, and more.
  3. Ensure Virginians are registered to vote. We have made it easy for you. Download our Conducting a Voter Registration Drive: Instructions and helpful tips.
  4. Be an informed voter by checking out CWALAC Congressional Scorecard for the 114th Congress-First Session and iVoterGuide.

 Other helpful links:

Election Dates

Primary Election
Voter Registration Deadline – Voter registration deadline has passed.

Saturday, June 18, 2022, at 5:00 p.m. EDT – Deadline for early voting.
Tuesday, June 21, 2022, at 7:00 p.m. EDT – Absentee Ballot Return Deadline.                                                                           

Tuesday, June 21, 2022 – Election Day

Polls are open from 6:00 a.m. to 7:00 p.m.

 

General Election
Monday, October 17, 2022 – Voter registration deadline
Friday, October 28, 2022– Last day to request a mail-in or absentee ballot
November 8, 2022 – Election Date

Polls are open on election day from 6:00am-7:00pm.

 

Additional information on election dates.

 

Thank you for making a difference in Virginia!

 

Teresa Pregnall
State Director

Question the Mules

By | Electoral College, LBB, Legal, News and Events | No Comments

Question the mules. That’s the only reasonable response to the evidence presented by Dinesh D’Souza’s new movie, 2000 Mules. The documentary offers concerning evidence of election fraud in the 2020 election that should be investigated. Whatever your views on former President Donald Trump or President Joe Biden, they are not the focus of the investigation.

 

It is uncontroverted that states bent and amended election rules when faced with the COVID-19 pandemic. Mail-in and absentee ballots were greatly expanded with little time for proper implementation. Hundreds of drop-off boxes were added to ensure everyone had access to them while maintaining social distancing, but many went unmonitored. That’s where D’Souza’s documentary raises some critical questions and gives us an urgent cautionary tale for future elections. We must do better.

 

How secure were these drop boxes? Do we have a way to monitor them? How do we stop bad actors from abusing the system? No one needs to be depositing multiple ballots at 2:00 a.m.

 

The film does not answer all the questions. For example, the organizations from which these mules were allegedly getting ballots are generically referenced but not mentioned by name. But the evidence presented of people depositing several ballots at a time using gloves and taking pictures so as to document that they had deposited them is seriously suspicious and should be quickly investigated.

 

The attorneys general in the states involved should follow up with an investigation. True the Vote (TTV), the organization that provided the information to D’Souza, has the names of the individuals and organizations involved, and they are willing to cooperate with law enforcement. So why wouldn’t every state want to follow up and either clear the record or catch and expose the perpetrators as a strong deterrent for future elections?

 

Conspiracies are not good for our democracy, and ignoring the legitimate evidence presented in the documentary will only fuel those. On the other hand, an investigation would serve to tamper speculations and give confidence to voters, whatever the outcome, by answering some basic questions about what happened and punishing any bad actors.

 

The crux of the investigation is the identification of 2,000 individuals who deposited multiple ballots while visiting an average of 20-30 drop boxes and stopping by left-leaning non-profit organizations in between those visits. These are identified as the mules. TTV used commercial cell phone tracking data to identify and track these individuals. The evidence becomes compelling when they are able to obtain footage of some individuals depositing multiple ballots at locations that kept surveillance on some drop boxes.

 

Not all locations were on camera, though, which has raised some questions. Though it is not unreasonable to think they were doing the same at other sites, you are left wishing there was more on tape. The fact that some locations that were supposed to be monitored somehow were not also raises concerns. Again, the evidence is compelling enough for law enforcement to go and ask the questions at the very least. If nothing wrong was done, they should be able to confirm it.

 

The documentary features one person who says they believe they were involved in paying “mules” for this work, which is not legal in any state. But she cannot corroborate it completely because she can only say she assumes she was handing out checks. She also says she had been approached about her own ballot. It is conceivable that others may come forward if an investigation is started.

 

Contact your state attorney general and express your desire to see a full investigation into the matter.

 

The documentary is certainly a must watch for anyone interested in the topic. But ultimately, my prayer is that you are left inspired, not frustrated, to become part of the solution and get involved in the election process in your state. Sunshine is the best policy when it comes to our election procedures.

 

If you would like to know more about how you can do that, click here to connect with our She Prays She Votes 2022 effort.

 

 

 

Pennsylvania: Help Us Ensure Election Integrity in 2022

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The 2022 elections are upon us, and we need your help to ensure that every eligible vote counts in Pennsylvania! Here are ways to engage:

  1. Serve as challengers and watchers during early voting and on Election Day. Click here for information on qualifications and how to apply.
  2. Serve as poll workers. Learn how to become a poll worker here. Register for the online poll worker training here. Use can also use the poll worker lookup tool to find information on being a poll worker in your community, including requirements, hours, pay, training, and more.
  3. Ensure Pennsylvanians are registered to vote. We have made it easy for you. Download our Conducting a Voter Registration Drive: Instructions and helpful tips.
  4. e an informed voter by checking out CWALAC Congressional Scorecard for the 114th Congress-First Session and iVoterGuide.

Other helpful links:

Election Dates

Primary Election
May 2, 2022 – Voter registration deadline
May 10, 2022 – Last day to request a mail-in or absentee ballot
May 17, 2022 – Election date
Polls are open on election day from 7 a.m. – 8 p.m.

General Election
October 24, 2022 – Voter registration deadline
November 1, 2022 – Last day to request a mail-in or absentee ballot
November 8, 2022 – Election Date
Polls are open on election day from 7 a.m. – 8 p.m.

Additional information on election dates.

Thank you for making a difference in Pennsylvania!

Dilonna Coran
State Director

Breach at the Supreme Court / Primary Election

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Breach at the Supreme Court
But let justice roll on like a river, righteousness like a never failing stream. –Amos 5:24

For the latest on the Dobbs breach at the Supreme Court and to read CWA’s press release, go to concernedwomen.org. You may read Penny Nance’s statement on the breach and what might be ahead, A Law Clerk’s Perspective, as well as a brief rundown on the leak from CWA’s legal counsel, Mario Diaz, and what it means for Roe, and more. I also invite you to watch CWA’s powerful prayer call on the case.

 

If you would like to subscribe for weekly updates from CWA and the latest on the Dobbs case, click here.

 

Prayer: Father, we thank You that we are “fearfully and wonderfully made” and we were “made in the secret place.” We ask Your forgiveness for our national killing of over 60 million precious babies in the womb. Please bring an end to this egregious stain on our nation by the overturning of Roe v. Wade and restore the integrity of the Court. Bring all states and all people to the realization that life is precious. Turn the hearts of all to honor life so every baby will be welcomed and loved. Amen


 

Primaries are Important – Be Sure to Vote!!
But select capable men from all the people–men who fear God, trustworthy men who hate dishonest gain –Exodus 18:21

 

The New Mexico Primary Election is Tuesday, June 7. There are important city, county, and school board races that will be decided. In addition, candidates for the U.S. Senate and U.S. House of Representatives are on the ballot, as well as a Constitutional Amendment.

 

Many of the winners of these races will be determined in the Primary rather than in the General Election held in November. This will be the case for many state legislative races and the U.S. House race.

 

If you are undecided about how to vote, feel free to call the candidates and question them about issues that are of concern to you. Many cities are scheduling candidate forums where you can hear from the candidates and ask them questions.

 

Here is a useful resource when researching candidates: CWALAC Congressional Scorecard.

 

Because of redistricting, you might be in a different district than previously, so call your county clerk to find out your correct district. You can also find your voting location online here.

 

If you are not registered to vote or know someone who is not registered, the last day to register to vote is Tuesday, June 7. Early voting has already begun.

 

So be sure to exercise your right and duty to vote!!!

 

Prayer: Father, we thank You that we in America have the right to vote for the candidate of our choice. We ask that You guide and direct us to choose the right person to represent us in all these important levels of government. Please ensure that our elections will be fair and honest and that You would rebuke any fraud or cheating. Let Your righteousness reign. In Jesus name, Amen.

 

Blessings,

Nickie McCarty
State Director

Texas: Help Us Ensure Election Integrity in 2022

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The 2022 elections are upon us, and we need your help to ensure that every eligible vote counts in Texas! Here are ways to engage:

  1. Serve as challengers and watchers during early voting and on Election Day. Download the Poll Watcher’s Guide to read about the basic rights and responsibilities of poll watchers.  (Poll watchers can be acting on behalf of a candidate, political party, or opponent or proponent of a ballot measure; must be a qualified elector from the jurisdiction; can’t be a felon, candidate, public official or related within the second degree of consanguinity to an election judge/clerk at the site; maximum of seven per early voting site and two per Election Day voting site. (V.T.C.A., Election Code §33.031))
  1. Serve as poll workers. Learn how to become a poll worker here. Register for the online poll worker training here. Use can also use the poll worker lookup tool to find information on being a poll worker in your community, including requirements, hours, pay, training, and more.
  1. Ensure Texans are registered to vote. We have made it easy for you. Download our Conducting a Voter Registration Drive: Instructions and helpful tips.
  1. Be an informed voter by checking out CWALAC Congressional Scorecard for the 114th Congress – First Session and iVoterGuide. 

Other helpful links:

Election Dates
Primary Election
March 1, 2022 – Election date

Primary Runoff Election
April 25, 2022 – Last Day to Register to Vote
May 13, 2022 – Last Day to Apply by Mail (Received, not Postmarked)
May 16, 2022 – First Day of Early Voting by Personal Appearance  
May 20, 2022 – Last Day of Early Voting by Personal Appearance   
May 24, 2022 – Primary Runoff Election

General Election
October 11, 2022 – Last Day to Register to Vote
October 24, 2022 – First Day of Early Voting by Personal Appearance
October 28, 2022 – Last Day to Apply for Ballot by Mail (Received, not Postmarked)
November 4, 2022 – Last Day of Early Voting by Personal Appearance
November 8, 2022 – Election Date

Additional information on election dates.

Thank you for making a difference in Texas!

Ann Hettinger
State Director

March Events: How to Ensure Fair Elections

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Concerned Women for America (CWA) of Missouri invites you to hear world-renowned physicist, chemist, and mathematician, Dr. Douglas G. Frank, Ph.D.,* speak on finding evidence of election fraud through analyzing 2020 election data and what we can do to ensure future elections are fair.

Dr. Frank will speak in the following four Missouri cities, Thursday, March 3 through Saturday, March 5: 

Lake Saint Louis
Date: Thursday, March 3 
Time: 6:30 p.m. – 8:30 p.m.
Location: Cuivre River Electric Cooperative, 8757 Highway N, Lake Saint Louis, Missouri 63367
Contact: For more information, email Carol Pitzer at [email protected].

Ellisville 
Date: Friday, March 4
Time: 10:00 a.m. – 12:00 p.m.
Location: Pillar Foundation, 15820 Clayton Road, Ellisville, Missouri 63011
Contact: For more information, call Bev Ehlen at 314-608-0168.

Springfield
Date: Friday, March 4
Time: 6:30 p.m. -8:30 p.m.
Location: The Library Center, 4653 S. Campbell Avenue, Springfield, Missouri 65810
Contact: For more information, email Mary Byrne at [email protected].

Independence
Date: Saturday, March 5
Time: 1:00 p.m. – 3:00 p.m.
Location: New Covenant Ministries, 532 S. Main Street, Independence, Missouri 64050
Contact: For more information, call Amy Fox at 816-820-8415. 

Columbia
Date: Sunday, March 6
Time: 2:00 – 4:00 p.m.
Location: Family Worship Center, 4925 E. Bone Femme Church Road, Columbia, MO
Contact: For more information, call Bev Ehlen at 314-608-0168

St. Louis
Date: Sunday, March 6
Time: 6:00 – 8:30 p.m.
Location: The Broadway Boat Bar, 1426N. Broadway, St. Louis, MO
Contact: For more information contact Dan White at 314-930-5122.  

Men, Women, and teens, are invited and encouraged to attend.

We hope you can attend one of these informative presentations. Invite your friends.

Bev Ehlen
State Director

*Dr. Douglas G. Frank

In Spring 2021, Dr. Frank was formally asked to conduct an analysis to investigate the contested results of a congressional race in Pennsylvania.

“I discovered the algorithms that were controlling the election,” Dr. Frank said. “To us on the outside watching the election, we see these behaviors and don’t understand them – [but] I can [now] predict them based on what I know is underlying it.”

Dr. Frank then determined the people behind the election fraud padded the election registrations and votes for Joe Biden using the 2010 census. He has the state-by-state graphs to prove his theory of the Dominion algorithm.

Dr. Frank said because of the enormity of the task, he has not been able to analyze more than 3,000 counties of these United States. Those he has done have held to his algorithm perfectly.                                                                                            

Dr. Frank has approximately sixty peer-reviewed scientific publications, including feature and cover articles in the leading scientific journals in the world (Science, Nature, Naturwissenschaften). 

During his graduate and postdoctoral work, he discovered and developed a new type of microscopy capable of producing three-dimensional images of molecules resting on metal surfaces. This gave him international credibility in the area of Low Energy Electron Diffraction (LEED) and Auger electron spectroscopy and microscopy, and his work is prominently featured in college textbooks and handbooks on the subjects.

Dr. Frank left university academics in 1996 and began consulting, developing, and manufacturing surface analytical devices for national defense (DARPA) and various industries, especially the cleaning products industry and bowling ball manufacturers, where his custom electronics, software, inventions, and products continue to be widely used as industrial standards. Much of his work is protected by non-disclosure agreements.

During the 1990s, Dr. Frank helped to establish The Schilling School for Gifted Children in Cincinnati, Ohio. Schilling is a K-12 school for extraordinarily gifted youngsters, and Dr. Frank continues to teach a couple of their most advanced math and science classes each year and continues to serve as the Math and Science Department chair.

He earned a Ph.D. in Surface Electroanalytical Chemistry from the University of Cincinnati in 1990.

Dr. Frank Video Links 

Analyzing the 2020 Election
https://truthandliberty.net/episode/dr-douglas-g-frank-on-analyzing-the-2020-election/

Following the Data to Find Evidence 
https://truthandliberty.net/episode/dr-douglas-g-frank-on-following-the-election-data-to-find-evidence/

What’s at Stake in Virginia? – The Future of Women’s Sports

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The future of female athletics is on the line in the Virginia election. You need to know if the candidates will uphold the rights of female student-athletes to fair competition, or will force our daughters on the sidelines as boys identifying as girls cut in?

Next year will mark the 50th Anniversary of Title IX – the law that made it possible for women and girls to receive equal opportunities in education, including athletics.  So why are we having to fight to uphold these rights all over again?  Because liberals in the General Assembly passed a law signed by Gov. Ralph Northam that requires school districts to treat gender identity as a student’s sex.

We stand on the truth that God created male and female, and basic biology tells us that male bodies have advantages in athletic competition over female bodies. That’s not speculation – that is science.  But Democrats still press on with their radical agenda to overrule science and common sense at the expense of our daughters.

The only way to save women’s sports is by electing leadership from the statehouse to the Governor’s mansion who will protect our daughters and stop the push for destructive gender ideology in our schools.  Other states have succeeded; it’s time for Virginia to do the same.

We know that athletic participation is a key factor in developing confidence and leadership skills, but when girls feel defeated before the race even begins, they wonder why even try.  They deserve better.

Your vote matters.  Hold the line against radical gender ideology as you vote in this year’s election.  Give our girls the chance they deserve to excel in sports and in life.

iVoterGuide Resource

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Concerned Women for America Legislative Action Committee is pleased to be able to partner with iVoterGuide to provide you with an up-to-date voters’ guide for the Virginia General Election. We pray that this information is helpful to you as you prepare to vote.

Important dates to know:

  • Friday, September 17 – Early Voting Begins
  • Tuesday, October 12 – Deadline to register to vote, or update an existing registration
  • Friday, October 22 – Deadline to request an absentee ballot to be mailed to you. Your request must be received by your Registrar by 5:00 p.m.
  • September 17 – October 30 – Early Voting
  • Tuesday, November 2 – Election Day

You can find your polling locations or mail-in ballot information by contacting your local voter registration office.

Thank you for your faithfulness!

Concerned Women for America Legislative Action Committee and iVoterGuide

To Vote … or Not

By | SPSV-VA | No Comments

There is much at stake in the November elections here in Virginia. Will you exercise your duty and vote?

The institution of government was ordained by God (Romans 13:1-4). It is our duty, as citizens and as Christians, to participate in the process. According to the late U.S. Senate Chaplain Richard Halverson, people of faith are more to blame for the nation’s woes than are politicians.  Believers who are apathetic “abdicate their responsibility,” he said. He noted that lawmakers have authority to act only “with the consent of the governed. People of faith must understand the issues, vote intelligently, and advise elected representatives.”

Exercising our right to vote in elections is the most fundamental way to participate. Yet, surveys have shown that as few as one-half of church members who are eligible to vote are registered to vote, and not everyone who is registered actually votes.

Voter registration deadline in Virginia is October 12.

A Million Dollar Investment

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Have you ever thought of your right to vote as a form of currency? Let me explain – you can spend your money on purchases that you researched and know are the best choices for the money you are spending, or you can impulse buy, picking whatever catches your fancy at the moment.

When we consider what is at stake, the security of our families, and the future of our country, our vote should be treated like a million-dollar investment. Read “What’s Your Vote Worth?” and find out why.

Election season has begun in Virginia. Today, Friday, September 17, is the first day of in-person early voting at local voter registration offices. If you need to take advantage of early voting, you can do that starting today. Remember to research the candidates and vote knowledgeably.

What’s At Stake, Virginia? Safety

By | SPSV-VA | No Comments

As a mom, I can’t help but be concerned about our state and our nation’s future as I watch the massive leadership failures we have witnessed in recent years.

Current radically liberal leadership has failed us and is putting our families at risk. We are not safe.

Our children are not safe in our classrooms. Instead, they are targeted for indoctrination by those pushing radical race and gender-based theories that shame them for the way they were created.

Unreasonable mask mandates and erratic public health policies have distorted their educational development and threaten their liberties going forward.

Our economic future is not safe. Radical policies are crushing our bottom line. Everything from gas prices to the cost of meat in the supermarket —not to mention other necessities like healthcare and transportation— is skyrocketing with many red flags on the horizon.

Our streets are not safe. Who can forget the summer of riots and shameful chants to “defund the police” that kept us all in fear of going to nearby places where we knew rioters would gather?

Children in the womb are certainly not safe. To our shame, Virginia has become one of the most pro-abortion states in the country. Any and all reasonable restrictions are systematically being rejected in the radical liberal’s quest for abortion on demand, without restrictions for all nine months and paid for with taxpayer dollars.

But nothing can remind us more of the failure of leadership we are facing than the recent disaster in Afghanistan. After so many of our Virginia military families made great sacrifices in service of our nation, to see the debacle that transpired in the withdrawal just breaks my heart. It did not have to be that way.

With a young son training to be an officer right now, I am concerned about the long-term impact of our leadership’s failure in the Middle East. I am concerned for his safety and ours.

This is why I will be traveling around our great state, engaging our community in a time of prayer for the upcoming election.  We will keep you informed about important election dates and will provide you with information that we pray will be helpful to you and your family and friends as you make your decisions about voting.  Watch for our emails and pass them on to others.

Vote knowledgeably,

Penny Nance
CEO and President

Baby in womb

What’s at Stake? Life in Virginia

By | SPSV-VA | No Comments

In November, the citizens of Virginia will go to the polls to elect a governor, a lieutenant governor, an attorney general, and members of the House of Delegates. The House of Delegates currently has a Democrat majority (55 seats – 45 seats).

Concerned Women for America (CWA) of Virginia will be producing a series of emails to educate our members in Virginia as to what is at stake in the upcoming election.

The pro-life issue is the bedrock issue of many conservative organizations. The child’s size, development, environment, or degree of dependency does not change their fundamental being.  The unborn is human. And yet, about 863,000 unborn babies are aborted each year.

In March of 2020, on Good Friday, Virginia Gov. Ralph Northam (Democrat) signed a bill into law which expanded abortion coverage across the state. The bill made abortion a health care service in the state insurance exchange at any time during pregnancy – three months, six months, nine months. These plans often receive federal funding, so we as taxpayers are paying for these abortions.

This legislation was passed by the House and the Senate and sent to the Governor for his signature. The legislation repealed a ban on abortion coverage on the exchange. It also rescinded the required 24-hour waiting period, ultrasound, and counseling prior to an abortion. The law went into effect on July 1, 2020. In Virginia, babies can be aborted for any reason at any time during the pregnancy. It also allows physicians assistants and nurse practitioners to perform abortions, and it weakens building safety standards at abortion facilities.

With Virginia currently funding the abortion industry with millions of taxpayer dollars and heading into a critical election season where we will choose new state leadership, we need to come together to speak up for unborn babies who cannot speak for themselves.

Your vote is important! Think through the issues and then vote knowledgeably.

“Nobody made a greater mistake than he who did nothing because he could do only a little.”  Edmund Burke (Irish Statesman of the 1700s)

Thank you,

Penny Young Nance
CEO and President

Elections Have Consequences – Your Vote Impacts Generations

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Almost two million people live in the Commonwealth of Virginia who are under the age of 18. They are not old enough to show up at the polls in November, but their lives and futures will be directly impacted by your actions that day.

As the National Director of Young Women for America, I have the privilege of working with young women across this nation, ranging from high schoolers to young professionals. They are awake to the reality that voting is critical to preserving the values upon which America was founded.

Many of them are relying on you to show up to vote and vote knowledgeably!

“Elections allow people to promote their own beliefs, stand behind civil servants, and become an integral piece in the transfer of power. If we value change as a generation and a revival of Biblical principles in policy, voting is not simply a responsibility; it is an imperative.”– Britton Miller, YWA Ambassador at Liberty University

“WE the people wield POWER with our vote. Our vote is our voice, and we must not be silent. Voting is the people’s shield. It is our line of defense against an unconstitutional government. Voting is a civic duty that must be taken seriously. Choosing not to vote is allowing someone to make decisions for you, your community, and future generations. We simply must not allow that to happen for the sake of our posterity. “ – Tori Mabry, YWA young professional, Lynchburg and Richmond, Virginia

“Elections have consequences. We need more Christians to take a stand and engage in government elections. For too long, truth-bearers have remained on the sidelines in fear of sparking controversy, and it surely has cost us. If more of us would stand up and speak out, our nation would look a lot different than it does now. We should not look at our elections as something to be dreaded, but an opportunity to celebrate the amazing freedoms we have here in the U.S. to choose leaders who we think will best protect our religious liberties and stand for Biblical values.”– Deanna Drogan, YWA Eastern Regional Coordinator, Alexandria, Virginia

Elections have consequences that impact our children, youth, and future leaders. When you show up to the polls this November 2, remember that you are voting on behalf of a future generation.

Help Us Get Out the Vote for November Elections

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It is election season in Virginia, where voters will go to the polls in November to elect our Governor, Lieutenant Governor, Attorney General and state legislative offices. Virginia’s off-year elections are so important, and that is why Concerned Women for America (CWA) of Virginia says it’s “game on” to get conservative women and men registered to vote and to the polls this November! CWA of Virginia is joining with other conservative organizations across the state to get out the vote through voter registration and voter turnout efforts.

I wanted to pass along some important Virginia voting registration 2021 deadlines:

  • Friday, September 17 – Early Voting Begins
  • Tuesday, October 12 – Deadline to register to vote, or update an existing registration
  • Friday, October 22 – Deadline to request an absentee ballot to be mailed to you. Your request must be received by your Registrar by 5:00 p.m.
  • September 17 – October 30 – Early Voting
  • Tuesday, November 2 – Election Day

Get Involved in Virginia!

#1 – Ensure YOU are registered to vote. Go to the Virginia Department of Elections/Citizens Portal to check the following:

  • Voter Registration status
  • Mail-In application and ballot status
  • Poll location
  • Registration Form

#2 – Encourage others to register to vote. Let them know about the link above so they can check that they are registered; encourage them to register and vote.

We would LOVE to hear back from you if you have registered, if you register as a result of this email, or if you have encouraged and registered others to vote! Contact me at [email protected].

Thank you.
Teresa Pregnall
State Director

Texans Deserve Integrity in Our Elections

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Election integrity should be the number one legislative priority for the entire country. It is imperative that our state enacts the strongest guidelines and laws for ensuring that we execute honest and fair elections in the Lone Star State. That is why Concerned Women for America (CWA) of Texas supports recently filed HB 6, an election integrity bill that will combat election fraud.

Election fraud is real, and therefore needs careful and intentional legislation to ensure confidence and integrity with the process. The voting system should preserve the integrity of each ballot.

Below are some of CWA of Texas’ election integrity concerns:

  • Voter rolls must be current, void of deceased voters or those who have moved out of the area.
  • Citizenship must be verified before voting. Voter ID should be a non-negotiable requirement.
  • We need stricter rules on mail-in ballots. Mail-in ballots should be limited by those who are unable to go to the election site, not as a personal preference. Mail-in ballots need to be numbered and traceable, as regular ballots are traceable. Ballot harvesting should not be allowed and certainly not conducted by well-paid harvesters.
  • We must close primaries. A person should not be allowed to vote in either primary.
  • We need more transparency at the polls by ensuring that poll watchers in Texas are not obstructed from observing the counting of ballots.

Take Action:

  1. Contact the members of the House Calendars Committee and ask them to schedule HB 6 for debate on the House floor. The committee members are listed below my signature. If you are a constituent (within one of the house member’s district), be sure to let them know.
  2. Contact your state representative and ask him or her to support HB 6.  Use this link to find out who represents you in the state legislature.
  3. Forward this information to family and friends.

Please Pray:

  1. Pray that Texas maintains a level of integrity in our election procedures and processes and that citizens hold them accountable to do so.
  2. Pray that the results of our elections will produce public servants who respect the citizens and protect their dignity and freedoms.
  3. Pray for the leadership of our state, Gov. Greg Abbott, Lt. Gov. Dan Patrick, and Speaker Dade Phelan (R-District 21), that God’s wisdom and purpose is their ever-driving goal.

Elections have grave consequences: “When the righteous increase, the people rejoice, but when a wicked man rules, people groan.” – Proverbs 29:2 (NAS)

Ann Hettinger
State Director


House Calendars Committee Members: 

The Insidious, Anti-Freedom, Unbiblical, Leftist Racism Drives Push to Pass S.1, and Every Other Radical Policy

By | LBB, News and Events | No Comments

You can understand why they do it. The Left has figured out that everyone wants to stand against racism. They know it first-hand. Many of the most racist policies in American History came to us, in fact, through the Left. So now, they figure that calling their opponents racists on every issue gives them the high moral ground.

It’s a silly, fake, and politically motivated charge that bears no semblance of truth, but sadly, it works.

It works because most of the media today is also radically left, so the argument will always be treated as accurate, no matter how preposterous. You dare vote against their chosen nominee? Racist. You dare say that men do not menstruate? Transphobe!

But it is not only that they will make that charge. The Left’s stand has gotten so radical that they now support racism in the name of diversity. Sen. Tammy Duckworth (D-Illinois) blew me away with a radically racist statement this week, saying, “I am a no vote on the floor, on all non-diversity nominees. You know, I will vote for racial minorities, and I will vote for LGBTQ. But anybody else I’m not voting for.”

The new “woke theology” promoted by the Left says that it is not racist, you see because it’s directed against their hated target: “white men.” But it is. It is breathtakingly racist, and we, as Christians, must speak against it just as we speak against any other type of racism.

We must fight it as vigorously as we fought against slavery – as courageously as Fredrick Douglas, as boldly as Dr. King, as persistently as Wilberforce. We must continue to dream with Dr. King of “a nation where [people] will not be judged by the color of their skin but by the content of their character.”

The Left has turned Dr. King’s dream into the exact opposite. It is a nightmare. Character is nothing to them. Your race, nationality, sexual orientation, gender, gender identity, and political affiliation are everything.

That is why this week’s hearing on S.1, the so-called “For the People’s Act,” was so predictable. Election integrity is a big issue around the nation after the extraordinary events of the last election. Millions are not entirely confident in the results of elections from both political parties.

So, it is understandable that many states are considering bolstering their election procedures to ensure our votes’ integrity is preserved and increase American’s confidence in the system.

But according to the Left, any effort by conservatives on this front is, as you can probably guess, (drum roll, please) racist.

Once again, though the Left has consistently complained about foul play on elections, they won the last one, so it is racist to claim so now. According to Sen. Chuck Schumer (D-New York), the last election was “one of the safest in recent history.”

At the hearing, he went straight for the jugular, “Our country has come a long way, supposedly, since African Americans in the south were forced to guess the number of jelly beans in a jar in order to vote,” he predictably said, “But some of these voter suppression laws in Georgia and other Republican States smack of Jim Crow rearing its ugly head once again.”

Republican racists!

No shame in looking at his colleagues as he does this. They want power, and the ends justify the means. The press is in agreement, so he’ll get glowing reviews for his bold stance against those “white, old men.” Other Democrats followed the same script.

But anyone thinking about this for more than two minutes can see that asking someone to have a photo I.D. to vote is most reasonable. You need a photo I.D. to buy some medicine at the grocery store. Is that an effort to keep medicine away from minorities?

It’s preposterous – not to mention insulting for those of us who are minorities.

That is the truth. Every state needs to have a voting photo I.D. law on the books. It is common sense.

That is one of the many reasons that we must oppose S.1 – the Left’s attempt to make every photo I.D. law in the nation illegal. And in the process, we can emphatically reject the race baiting and outright racism that has become so common in the Left’s political discourse.

H.R. 1, “For the People Act” One Pager

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Stop the Dangerous H.R. 1, For the People Act

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At a time when the country is in desperate need of confidence in our elections, this bill will completely shatter American’s confidence. The bill oversteps constitutional limits by seeking to curtail the states’ rights in an attempt to nationalize election procedures and permanently alter the power balance to favor one political party. These are some of the most grievous provisions included in H.R. 1:

  • It makes pandemic-related emergency changes to election procedures permanent.
    The threat presented by COVID-19 in the last election gave way to a barrage of “accommodations,” like expanding mail-in voting or extending deadlines beyond what state law required, which gave way to irregularities that undermined public confidence in the election. H.R. 1 wants to force states to make these changes permanently. For example:

    • It requires states to implement an automatic registration system to register any eligible unregistered citizen, while at the same time shielding them from prosecution if ineligible voters are mistakenly registered.
    • It mandates no-excuse absentee voting, while prohibiting the requiring of a voter I.D.
  • Its ultimate end is to nationalize our election system.
    • It mandates that states provide ballot drop boxes 45 days before a federal election.
    • It requires states to establish an independent redistricting commission, in strict violation of federalism principles.
    • It establishes a new federal “Election Security Grants Advisory Committee,” to award grants to states that meet federal preferences.
  • It seeks to aggravate our national divide in order to punish political opponents, in direct violation of our First Amendment protections.
    • Imposes new requirements on any group that merely seeks to speak about federal policy, incentivizing disengagement.
    • It seeks to force citizens who contribute to nonprofit organizations into a searchable government database, facilitating the harassment and intimidation of private citizens by making their personal information available to the public.
  • It makes permanent the politicization of the Internal Revenue Service (IRS) that we have experienced in the past under malicious officials like Lois Lerner.
    • It permits the IRS to investigate and consider the political and policy persuasions of any organization and its members before granting tax-exempt status.
  • As if our national debt was not a crisis already, it seeks to inject more federal money into funding political campaigns.
    • R. 1 actually creates a 6 to 1 government match to any small donor contributions of $200 or less in a congressional or presidential campaign.
    • It also establishes a new voucher pilot program that grants eligible voters a $25 voucher to donate to any campaign of their choosing.
  • It further seeks to blatantly politicize the Federal Election Commission (FEC).
    • It changes the FEC from a bipartisan, six-member agency to a partisan, five-member agency under the control of whoever is president, opening it up to political manipulations by a simple majority.

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Impeachment 2.0: What are Dems so scared of?

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Remember in 2019 when the House of Representatives voted to impeach President Trump? In a blatant display of how out of touch the average American is when it comes to matters of civics, Gen Zers and Millennials took to the internet to celebrate that Donald Trump was no longer president. Yikes! Civics professors everywhere were cringing and hopefully revising their syllabi to cover the U.S. Constitution. That’s a stretch, but we can hope. As we all know, Trump was acquitted by the Senate and remained in office.

Here we are, two years later, experiencing an embarrassing déjà vu as the House gets ready to start President Trump’s impeachment trial 2.0 with about as much of a chance for success as the first time. On January 11, 2021, House Resolution 24 proposed the impeachment of President Trump on the basis that he incited insurrection. The critical difference this time around – Donald Trump is no longer the president.

First, a basic review of impeachment. Impeachment is an important tenet of our system of checks and balances, which is found in Article II, Section 4 of the U.S. Constitution. “The President, Vice President and all civil Officers of the United States, shall be removed from Office on Impeachment for, and Conviction of, Treason, Bribery, or other high Crimes and Misdemeanors.” The House has the sole power of impeachment, but the Senate has the sole power to try all impeachments and actually remove individuals from office. Two-thirds of the Senate must agree in order for removal to take place. In light of the fact that 45 Senators have vowed not to vote in favor of impeachment, this whole process is DOA and a complete waste of time. By the way, a former president has never, in the history of our nation, been impeached.

So why are Democrats, and a few Republicans, so insistent on wasting their most critical first 100 days of a new Congress trying to impeach a former president? The short and most probable answer – they are afraid of you.

A president who is impeached is barred from ever running for public office again, and as Sen. Chuck Schumer (D-New York) expressed last month, that is their exact intent. The Biden Administration and Democrats on the Hill know that the “blue wave” was a myth. Seventy-four million Americans voted for Donald Trump, and while Biden, Harris, and the Dems talk a big talk, they’re scared it could happen again. If they were confident that their policies are truly better and their administration had more support among the American populace, they wouldn’t have to worry about Trump running again. He would just lose, right?

In fear, they are trying to bypass you, the people, by illegitimately and unconstitutionally removing someone from the possibility of public office. They do not trust you and are desperate to control the outcome of our future elections.

They might have sent Trump to the Sunshine State, but half of America voted for Donald Trump because they love this country, respect the Constitution, and stand on their convictions. They aren’t going anywhere. There is no concern that this impeachment trial will result in anything except a colossal waste of time, but it should make us ask why? Here the Democrats are with the White House, the House, and the Senate, and they’re playing defense and a bad one at that.

Why are they willing to waste their time and our money? Could it be that they are scared? I think so. They’re scared of Donald Trump and you.

By Annabelle Rutledge, National Director, Young Women for America

What Can You Do? Check This Out!

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Kathaleen Wall
She Prays, She Votes Texas Director

Valoree Swanson
Texas State Representative (Republican – District 150)

Angela Paxton
TexasState Senator
(Republican – District 8)

Candy Noble
Texas State Representative – District 89

Kathy Hall
Wife of Texas Senate  Senator Bob Hall (District 2)

Missouri: Great News to Report!

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Thank you! Missourians spoke up and the
Missouri Department of Health and Senior Services responded.

As you recall, earlier this week, I sent an alert asking you to speak out on the attempted power grab by Missouri’s Department of Health and Senior Services (DHSS). We just got word, the Department of Community DHSS has withdrawn the emergency amendment that was put in place, and will withdraw the 19 CSR 20-20.050 at the end of the public comment period! Thanks be to God!

“For You, O Lord, have made me glad by what You have done, I will sing for joy at the works of Your hands.” Psalm 92:4

A special thanks to those who prayed and took action by sending a letter to Adam Crumbliss, Director, Division of Community and Public Health of the DHSS.

Gratefully yours,
Bev Ehlen
State Director