American Family Association’s Tim Wildmon on Election Day: ‘Voting Is One of the Most Powerful Instruments in Our Toolbox’

AFA Urges All Christians on Nov. 3 to ‘Go to the Polls
and Vote According to Biblical Principles’

November 3, 2020

TUPELO, Miss. — Election Day 2020 has arrived—and the American Family Association (AFA, www.afa.net) “literally believes that our republic is at stake in this election,” says Tim Wildmon, president of AFA.

Adds Wildmon at this pivotal time for America, “Our Founders believed that the republic they created could only be maintained by a moral and religious people who stayed informed and participated in the politics of the nation on every level. Christians especially have a responsibility to be salt and light in this culture—and voting is one of the most powerful instruments in our toolbox.”

Wildmon says with urgency, “AFA encourages each and every Christian to go to the polls today and vote according to biblical principles. We literally believe our republic is at stake in this election.”

For over 40 years, AFA has operated within the mission to inform, equip, and activate individuals to strengthen the moral foundations of American culture and give aid to the church here and abroad in its task of fulfilling the Great Commission. Visit AFA Action Alerts here.

AFA—founded in 1977—has long been on the front lines of America’s culture war. Today, AFA is one of the largest and most effective pro-family organizations in the country, with nearly a million online supporters and approximately 160,000 subscribers to the AFA Journal, the ministry’s monthly magazine. In addition, AFA owns and operates nearly 200 radio stations across the country under the American Family Radio banner.

View the media page for AFA here. For more information on American Family Association, visit www.afa.net or follow AFA on Facebook or Twitter @AmericanFamAssc.

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