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voter guide Archives – Concerned 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)

Game On! It’s Time to Start Getting Out the Vote!

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It’s election season! Early voting has already begun across Texas as we head toward the March 3 primary election.

Concerned Women for America of Texas says it’s “game on” to get conservative women and men to the polls in the primary and general elections!  We have put together a list of helpful sites to guide you through the election season, including a voter score guide link.

Who is on my ballot and where do I vote?
You can preview your ballot by typing in your county election office in your browser (example: Dallas County Elections Office.)  Then put in your information and to pull up a sample ballot for your precinct.  You may print it out and take it with you to vote. Polling sites are also posted there.

Is there a guide for voting?
For statewide and federal primary candidates, CWA has partnered with ivoterguide.com to offer an excellent resource where you can find the candidates who will appear on your ballot and where the candidates stand on the issues.  Click here and type in your zip code and view how the evaluation panelists scored the candidates based on their survey answers, their campaign websites, etc.

No local races have been evaluated at ivoterguide.com, but for state legislator information, you may consider checking with your trusted friends or elected officials to offer wisdom on the candidates in the local races.

We urge you to do your homework and vote wisely.  Please pray diligently for the upcoming elections. Please forward this to friends, family, and acquaintances.

Psalm 33:11-12: “The counsel of the Lord stands forever, The plans of His heart from generation to generation. Blessed is the nation whose God is the Lord.”  Through our efforts may our children and grandchildren enjoy the blessings God has granted us in the United States of America.

For Truth and Righteousness,
Ann Hettinger
State Director

Game On! It’s Time to Start Getting Out the Vote!

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It’s election season! Early voting has already begun across California as we head toward the March 3 primary election.

Concerned Women for America (CWA) of California says it’s “game on” to get conservative women and men registered to vote and to the polls in the primary and general elections!

We have put together a list of helpful sites to guide you through the election season, including a voter score guide link.

What if I’m not registered?
If you or someone you know is not yet registered to vote, there is still time! The registration deadline is February 18. You may register online at the Secretary of State’s website here or at your County Registrar of Voter’s website (list here). If you miss the deadline, you may register at the County Registrar’s office up to Election Day or at your polling place on Election Day and cast a provisional ballot.

Who is on my ballot and where do I vote?
Click here to locate and view your ballot, as well as your polling place from the Secretary of State’s website. Or visit your County Registrar of Voter’s website for more information.

Is there a guide for voting?
For statewide and federal primary candidates, CWA has partnered with iVoterGuide to offer an excellent resource where you can find the candidates who will appear on your ballot and where the candidates stand on the issues.  Click here and type in your zip code and view how the evaluation panelists scored the candidates based on their survey answers, their campaign websites, etc.

No local races have been evaluated there, but state legislator information is available through VoteSmart. You can find voting records (if a candidate has one), ratings from organizations, quotes from speeches and more. You might also consider checking with friends and elected officials to offer wisdom on the candidates in the local races.

We urge you to do your homework and vote your values.
Please pray diligently for the upcoming elections.
Please forward this to friends, family, and acquaintances.

May our God speak of us, “Well done, good and faithful servant; you have been faithful over a few things, I will make you ruler over many things. Enter into the joy of your lord.”

For Truth and Righteousness,

Marlo Tucker
State Director

Game On! It’s Time to Start Getting Out the Vote!

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It’s election season! Early voting kicks off Thursday, February 13, across North Carolina and will continue through Saturday, February 29. The primary election is Tuesday, March 3.

Concerned Women for America (CWA) of North Carolina says it’s “game on” to get conservative women and men registered to vote and to the polls in the primary and general elections!

We have put together a list of helpful sites to guide you through the election season, including a voter score guide link.

Who is on my ballot?
Click here to locate and view your ballot from the North Carolina State Board of Elections website.

Where do I vote?
Click on the North Carolina Board of Elections link for one-stop early voting information and same-day registration. Click here to access your county Board of Elections and scroll down to find local voting location sites and dates with hours of operation. If you are voting on the March 3 election date, click here to see your precinct voting location.

Is there a guide for voting?
For statewide and federal primary candidates, CWA has partnered with iVoterGuide to offer an excellent resource where you can find the candidates who will appear on your ballot and where the candidates stand on the issues. Click here and type in your zip code and view how the evaluation panelists scored the candidates based on their survey answers, their campaign websites, etc.

No local races have been evaluated. You might consider checking with friends and elected officials to offer wisdom on the candidates in the local races.

Unfortunately, voters will not be required to show a photo ID for the March 2020 primary election. The North Carolina State Board of Elections states, “… a federal district court blocked North Carolina’s voter photo ID requirement from taking effect. The injunction will remain in place until further order of the court.” We hope that photo IDs will be required in the General Elections this November.

We urge you to do your homework and vote your values.

Please pray diligently for the upcoming elections.

Please forward this to friends, family, and acquaintances.

May our God speak of us, “Well done, good and faithful servant; you have been faithful over a few things, I will make you ruler over many things. Enter into the joy of your lord.”

For Truth and Righteousness,
Jill Coward
State Director