TO VOTE OR NOT TO VOTE
According to some recent research by George Barna, fewer evangelicals will vote in this presidential election than voted in 2012. Many citizens, including Christians, are disgruntled with the two candidates seeking the highest office in the land. Christians especially feel let down since there were several candidates running this election cycle who shared their values. (For example: Huckabee, Walker, Carson, Cruz, Fiorina). The projection is many Christians will sit this one out and stay home on November 8.
With respect to those who claim that voting this time would be a violation of their conscience, I offer a perspective for their consideration. First of all, in most elections, our choice is to select the “lesser of two evils”. There are no perfect candidates. It seems there are few if any candidates in both political parties who put America first and their careers second.
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