Some Christians I know have said they are not going to vote because they don’t like the candidates. Here are some things to consider on voting.
Men and women in the military have died fighting for us to have the right to vote; failure to do so is dishonoring to them.
If we don’t vote we have essentially voted for the winner. This is what happened in 2018 when millions of evangelicals didn’t vote and as a result those who are for infanticide, higher taxes and violence took control of congress.
Voting is an opportunity to influence what happens on a local, state and national level. This year we will be voting for state legislators and senators and well as a national congressman. One side is pushing abortion, curtailing home schooling and more taxes. If that’s what you want, then don’t vote.
Don’t think about personalities, but think about the candidate stands for: is it abortion, curtailing religious freedom, high taxes, rioting, ending the oil industry? If that’s not what you want, then vote, and vote for the opposite.
Personally, I am voting not for a person but for:
Freedom of religion
Freedom of speech
Freedom to bear arms
Freedom of Law and order
Freedom of life (Pro-life)
Good international policy (peace for Israel)