2008 General Election Voter Guide

November 3, 2008 at 3:49 pm Leave a comment

The Family Policy Council has provided a good tool for thinking through the election.

“On November 4, 2008, North Carolina voters will go to the polls to elect individuals to represent them in federal, state and local government. In order to promote civic responsibility and to help voters better understand where the candidates stand on critically important issues, the North Carolina Family Policy Council is pleased to provide this impartial, nonpartisan 2008 General Election Voter Guide.”

To produce the Voter Guide, the Council sent questionnaires by certified mail to over 480 candidates during this election year. The candidates’ responses to the questionnaires are compiled on this website and may include additional comments and explanations provided by the candidates. In addition to viewing the candidate information on this website, you may also download a copy of the 16-page print version of the 2008 Voter Guide.

CLICK HERE to visit their web page.

Entry filed under: Christianity, Culture, Personal, Religion.

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