Dear Friends,

The presidential election is now less than 6 months away! While we know a 2020 rematch between Donald Trump and Joe Biden is on the horizon, we don’t yet know who one of the vice-presidential candidates will be.

According to our last straw poll98% of social conservatives believe our nation is on the wrong track. That is a staggering number, especially considering that social conservatives are the largest voting bloc in the nation. We must make our voices heard on policy issues that affect our families as well as who will lead our nation’s policy in the White House.

With President Biden moving ahead on the Democrat ticket with Kamala Harris, only one question remains: Who will Donald Trump choose as his running mate?

Indications are that his decision is coming soon, which means time is running out to make our voices heard.

We launched the Social Conservative Vice-Presidential Straw Poll last month to learn what social conservatives thought about his options – and there are a lot of them.

Our straw poll includes about a dozen of the most talked-about vice-presidential prospects, as well as an opportunity for write-ins.

If you have not already done so, please take a moment today to weigh in on the VP race – we want to know what you think!

Together, we will make social conservative voices heard in the presidential election.

Best regards,

Robert Noland
Director, Audience Engagement

It’s no secret that we’re barreling toward a Trump vs. Biden rematch in 2024, and this election, more than most, will have an untold influence over the success of our American experiment. Life, liberty, family, and religious freedom are on the line.

But while most pundits assume that President Joe Biden will keep Kamala Harris as his running mate, leaving one side of the tired election story completely unchanged, the contest for who will accompany President Donald Trump to the top of the Republican ticket remains wide open.

Social conservatives now have a chance to quickly weigh in on who President Trump should select as his running mate.

As first in line for the presidency, vice presidents hold a significant amount of authority and responsibility. Fifteen of our nation’s vice presidents later became president themselves, either through the death of a president or later election.  Potential vice presidents should be well-vetted, with their reputations, policy positions, and experience scrutinized by all Americans.

Too many organizations manipulate their polling outcomes to produce a fit-for-media result, but here at Family Policy Alliance we know that social conservative voices should be elevated, not thrown under a rug. Our straw poll gives social conservatives the chance to weigh in on each of the presidential candidates’ top prospects for vice president.

Vote now to let your voice be heard.


Robert Noland
Director, Audience Engagement

Who would you choose for President in 2024? We want to know YOUR answer!

Throughout the year, mainstream media loves to cite polls telling us who they think will be president next and what Americans think about the latest political issues. Inevitably, many of these polls are written to engineer a woke outcome.

Often politicians, big tech, big business and the media simply choose to ignore conservative viewpoints because those aren’t the voices they want heard.

Family Policy Alliance wants to change that — to bring conservative voices to the forefront. That’s why today we are releasing the ONLY straw poll for social conservatives! YOUR voice deserves to be heard, and we want to know what’s on your mind!

Take this quick poll to tell us who you think should be President in 2024 and whether the country is headed in the right direction. Then, SHARE with your friends. We need as many conservative voices as possible to take this poll, so that we can tell the TRUTH about what so many Americans believe.


Will you raise your voice?


Meridian Baldacci
Director o f Strategy

P.S. After you take the poll, don’t forget to share with friends. The more people that take the poll, the harder it will be for the media to ignore.