As we wrap up the primary election and head to the general election, I’d like to take an informal poll. Did your church pass out voter guides for state and federal candidates? If so, which voter guide? Did your church pass out voter guides for local candidates? If so, which voter guide?
August 2010 archive
The Indian River Tea Party has hosted forums for County Commission, School Board, and State Rep District 80 and 29. If you live in Indian River County and haven’t yet voted, you may find these forums helpful in determining where the candidates stand on the issues.
We hope you will take advantage of the following interviews and forums to help residents cast an informed vote…
Unfortunately, there is no values group in Martin Co. organized at the level of developing voters guides on local races like there is in Port St Lucie. However, please let me share my perspective on the local Martin Co. races. First there are no local values candidates per se running in Martin Co. I can only share how I voted and why. I shared this with my fellow Martin Co. pro-lifers who will probably take a different position on the Shekailo-Busha race.
Early voting starts today and Election Day is only 15 days away. Thankfully, we have several resources to help us decide who to vote for. I am happy to inform you that local Christian Coalition Voter Guides are available for St Lucie County at www.FLVotesValues.com. I also expect state Christian Coalition Voter Guides for Indian River, St Lucie, Martin, and all other Florida counties to be available later today at http://www.ccfla.org/guides.php. St Lucie County voters may also wish to view the League of Women Voters forum and the St Lucie Chamber of Commerce Candidate Questionnaire. I encourage you to utilize these resources to educate yourself on where the candidates stand on the issues.
Several have asked me to provide a list of candidates I’m endorsing and/or supporting in the primary election. I am going to provide this list for State and St Lucie County Races.