In an election year like no other, we’re called upon to act – today and for our future. Explore our materials for voters, candidates, and houses of worship ahead of November 3rd, 2020.
Your Vote, Your Values
People of faith – and faith values – don’t belong to any one party or politician. The “Your Vote, Your Values” campaign amplifies the stories and perspectives of people of faith who are organizing, advocating, and mobilizing for change.
With a historic election approaching, every eligible voter should be able to exercise their right at the ballot box. Help us make sure every voice is heard – safely and securely – by participating in National Voter Registration Day on September 22nd, 2020.
Running for Office in a Diverse Nation
There’s a lot of pressure for candidates at all levels to “reach out to people of faith” or to “talk more about your faith.” But what does that really mean? Is it good advice? Our guide for political candidates is designed to help strike a balance between the desire to communicate policies that resonate while being true to yourself.
Resources for Clergy and Houses of Worship
For many people of faith, religious values inspire political action. So it’s not surprising that clergy and houses of worship feel the pull of partisanship at election time. But it’s one thing to urge members to vote and another to tell them how to vote. These resources offer ways to take meaningful action during election season.