FLVotesValues.com has released its 2014 Primary Election Voter Guide for Lake, Saint Lucie, and Sumter Counties FL using Personhood as its prolife question. These voter guide cover the City of Port St Lucie Mayor Race, PSL City Council races, St Lucie County School Board races, Lake County School Bard, US Congress Districts 5 and 10, FL House District 31, and Sumter County VCDD 8. Candidates from all races were given an opportunity to participate in the voter guide.
Where do the candidates in Lake, St Lucie, and Sumter Counties stand on the issues that matter most to you? Which candidates are prolife? Which candidates oppose common core? Which candidates support reducing taxes and reigning in government spending? Which candidates will give your hard earned tax dollars to fund planned parenthood or condom distribution? Which candidates would march in a gay pride parade? Which candidates support religious freedom? Which candidates support displaying a nativity and menorah at city hall? Which candidates care enough about your vote to respond to the candidate survey? Download your copy of the Lake, St Lucie, and Sumter County Primary Election Voter Guides today.
View Personhood FL ProLife PAC’s list of Endorsed ProLife Candidates running for federal, state, district, and local races throughout Florida.
If you aren’t registered to vote or you have moved since the last election, visit your local supervisor of elections office to register or update your registration. Remember, our founders gave us the right to vote for those who rule over us. If we fail to do our duty or don’t use do diligence in researching the candidates, we get the government we deserve!
“Consider well the important trust . . . which God . . . [has] put into your hands. . . . To God and posterity you are accountable for [your rights and your rulers]. . . . Let not your children have reason to curse you for giving up those rights and prostrating those institutions which your fathers delivered to you. . .” Matthias Burnett, Pastor of the First Baptist Church in Norwalk, An Election Sermon, Preached at Hartford, on the Day of the Anniversary Election, May 12, 1803.