This time of year, I get this question quite a lot. I spend many hours trying to find ways to guide you, our ministry partners, towards those candidates who support pro-life and pro-family values. How can you find those candidates? Here are three quick ways.

  1. Look at who Family Policy Alliance of Wyoming endorsed.We put general election candidates through a rigorous process before endorsing them. While there are never any guarantees, we feel confident that these men and women will uphold your values in the state legislature, particularly if they have a voting record that demonstrates their pro-family stances. The Federal and state legislative candidates we have endorsed for this election include:

Note that if a particular candidate does not show up on this list, they may still be a strong advocate for your biblical beliefs, but are not in a contested race during the general election.

  1. Visit us online at familypolicyalliance.com On our website, we not only have our candidate list, we also have articles and other information for you as you work toward understanding culture.
  2. Email Us.We have your perspective and values in mind when you call and ask for guidance on who to vote for. While we won’t comment on things outside our mission (such as 2ndamendment rights or climate change), we will speak to candidates’ values on subjects we focus on (such as life, sex and gender, and other family policy issues). You can reach us at mailto:Wyoming@familypolicyalliance.com

Exercising your biblical citizenship means voting for candidates that uphold your values. Family Policy Alliance of Wyoming is here to help. Thank you for trusting us with this important task.

For life and family,

Nathan Winters
Executive Director

 

This time of year, I get this question quite a lot. I spend many hours trying to find ways to guide you, our ministry partners, towards those candidates who support pro-life and pro-family values. How can you find those candidates? Here are three quick ways.

  1. Look at who Family Policy Alliance of North Dakota endorsed. We put each candidate through a rigorous process before endorsing them. While there are never any guarantees, we feel confident that these men and women will uphold your values in the state legislature, particularly if they have a voting record that demonstrates their pro-family stances. The state legislative candidates we have endorsed for this election include:

Note that if a particular candidate does not show up on this list, they may still be a strong advocate for your biblical beliefs, but simply did not request to be endorsed.

  1. Review our Legislative Report Card. We have received a lot of positive feedback on our report card and encourage you to review it when choosing who to vote for. It may surprise you to see how your district’s senator and representatives voted on some pro-life and pro-family bills from last session. We encourage you to use your vote to hold them accountable. You can go to our report card by clicking this link: FPA Report Card.
  2. Call and ask us. We have your perspective and values in mind when you call and ask for guidance on who to vote for. While we won’t comment on things outside our mission (such as 2nd amendment rights or climate change), we will speak to candidates’ values on subjects we focus on (such as life, sex and gender, and other family policy issues). You can reach us at 701-355-6425.

Exercising your biblical citizenship means voting for candidates that uphold your values. Family Policy Alliance of North Dakota is here to help. Thank you for trusting us with this important task.

Blessings,

Mark Jorritsma
President and Executive Director

The results from the primary came in quickly and decisively – it was a huge conservative sweep. If you ever questioned whether Kansas is conservative and whether people vote in primaries, Tuesday night should be your answer. You pushed back against the radical Leftists who are trying to turn our state into the next Colorado. You stood up and defeated candidates who haven’t supported your values on life or religious freedom.

And at Family Policy Alliance of Kansas, we’re especially grateful for your financial support that allowed us to engage directly in many of those races. You made possible our mailers, digital ad campaigns, and more. Thank you!

I was prepared for a long, drawn-out week, waiting for results. But by 10 PM Tuesday, the majority of the races had been called. Here are some highlights:

I’m especially encouraged about the voters’ ousting of moderate Republicans who voted against Value Them Both. You showed that voting against life will not be tolerated in Kansas.

All five Republicans (four in the House and one in the Senate) who voted against Value Them Both will NOT be returning to Topeka. John Skubal was defeated in the Senate by Kellie Warren, who has been a pro-life warrior in the House. And Jan Kessinger – who blocked Value Them Both AND the Abortion Pill Reversal Bill in 2019 – was defeated by the pro-life grassroots champion, Jane Dirks.

Kansans are fed up with politicians who do not value life. This is an amazing victory that happened because we all worked together. Let’s keep working together to protect life and the family in November.

Primaries are hard on everyone. Let’s just say it. But now the primary is over. There are a lot of emotions that are wrapped in victories and defeats. My prayer is that whether your preferred candidate won or lost Tuesday night, we can all come together to help the pro-family, conservative nominees win in November. We have to push back against the Leftist agenda that is threatening our kids, our businesses, and our futures.

Congratulations to all those who prevailed Tuesday night. Now, on to November.

For Kansas,

Brittany Jones, Esq.
Director of Advocacy

P.S. Would you consider donating to Family Policy Alliance to help us to continue to engage in races with pro-family candidates?