This weekend marks Citizenship Sunday – the kickoff of a national voter registration drive prior to the November election.
In 2008, millions of voters stayed home, giving the final count to Barack Obama and four more years of progressive policies that have taken aim at life, family, marriage and religious freedom.
We can take steps to make sure that doesn’t happen in 2016.
The drive begins on September 18 and runs until the day voter registration ends in your state. You can register to vote and find other information about polling places, absentee voting, and early voting where you live. Family Policy Alliance is encouraging people to share this information with family and friends and on social media.
“Now, more than ever, we need people to go to the polls,” said Paul Weber, president and CEO of Family Policy Alliance. “There are so many down-ticket races and issues on the ballot this year that need our attention. Simply bowing out is not an option.”