The reality is that many people are hurting, and, even in the best of times, I hate asking for money. If you’re one of those whom this virus has negatively affected financially, please understand that our appeal to you isn’t for funding, it’s for prayer.
But, the reality is that we do need dollars, and, if you’re in a position to help, I’d greatly appreciate your support in helping us reach our goal of $12,460 by April 30th.
As you likely are aware, the Georgia primary election is June 9th, and it is critical to build on the conservative momentum in our state. Making our efforts all-the-more important, however, is the fact that pro-family incumbents cannot fundraise prior to this election, meaning they depend solely on groups like ours to defend them against liberal attacks!
In total, we’ve identified at least 34 primary races that we are closely monitoring. In most of those, we will make endorsements and work to turn out pro-family voters. In many, we will be mounting significant turnout and information campaigns to help our candidates win.
This is costly, but the cost is necessary.
The winners of these campaigns will set the tone for the general election in November as well as the make-up of the General Assembly and United States Congress – whether we will have a bold conservative direction or not.
To support our critical election needs, consider a generous donation today.
If you’re needing a tax deduction, you can support the Family Policy Foundation education and training efforts – currently matching funds up to $150,000 – here.
As I mentioned at the outset, I know folks are hurting. If you are in that category, I’d humbly ask for your powerful prayers and not your money. We live in a real world, and financial resources ae important. But, all the financial resources we could ever assemble will never come close to the powerful work of the Lord. We need all believers to ask God to show favor to our efforts.
Together, I believe that we will win. This virus has affected many things, but the fight for our values doesn’t stop. There will be a day when we return to normal, and, when that day comes, we must have assembled the elected personnel needed to forge a Georgia where God is honored, religious freedom flourishes, families thrive, and life is cherished.
Let’s work and pray toward that end.
President and Executive Director