American Family Radio Provides Live Election Coverage Tomorrow; What Surprises Await Us?

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American Family Radio Provides Live Election Coverage Tomorrow; What Surprises Await Us?

Voters Considering Issues Such as Religious Liberty, Limited Government, Free Enterprise, National Defense, Biblical Values, Sanctity of Life, Marriage and More

TUPELO, Miss.—American Family Radio (AFR), the airwaves ministry of the American Family Association (AFA), will provide live election coverage tomorrow evening for the crucial midterm elections.

Coverage will begin at 7 p.m. CT on AFR’s nearly 200 stations that cover about 35 states. Hosts will be AFA President Tim Wildmon, Executive Vice President Ed Vitagliano, One News Now News Director Fred Jackson and Assistant to the President Walker Wildmon. The election broadcast will also be live-streamed at www.AFR.net and the AFR Facebook page.

In the midterm elections, voters will determine which candidates will make decisions on their behalf,” Wildmon said. “These decisions could include issues like religious liberty, limited government, free enterprise, national defense, traditional biblical values, the sanctity of life and marriage. And there are also the extremely important decisions of confirming federal judges, who have lifetime appointments, including Supreme Court justices and other federal judges, who are nominated and appointed by the president. We are honored to offer our millions of listeners live election coverage on American Family Radio as the nation’s citizens cast their vote for the future of America.”

AFA Action, the governmental affairs affiliate of AFA, is also offering its iVoterGuide online. Americans can find voting details and the contact information for local elections offices here.

American Family Association representatives are available to conduct immediate breaking news interviews via its LTN line at AFA studio headquarters. Contact Media@HamiltonStratetgies.com for more information or call 610.584.1096, ext. 102.

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

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