We know what you’re thinking. Craig’s list? No, we’re not talking about that Craig’s List. This list, named for our CEO Craig DeRoche, names the best and worst of family policy in the past year.
Over the past year, our nation has faced a lot. COVID, a divisive election, unrest, and countless attacks on the family. Yet, it’s also been a year full of unprecedented victories for children and families. That’s why we’re so excited to share “Craig’s List” with you this August!
We’re naming the best and worst quotes, laws, and other actions that affect families across America. And we want YOU to be involved!
This year, we’re inviting you to vote in categories ranging from “worst for children” to “most dangerous for America.” Come tell us what you think were the biggest attacks on the family, and we’ll share the results soon!
Here’s how you participate:
- Click this link to find the “award” nominees.
- Vote for your favorite in each category!
- Hit “submit!” If you enjoyed voting, be sure to share the survey with friends!
This year’s “worst list” nominees include the Equality Act, the time that leaders referred to moms as “birthing people,” some startling moments of cancel culture – and many more!
Which do you think was the most concerning moment? Let us know now! And, be on the lookout for our announcement of the best pro-family moments of the last year – the truly award-worthy moments.
Policy and Communications Strategist