Evangelical Voters—Will They Carry the Election?
There is perhaps no other voting bloc that has been more sought after and will be more influential in this election than evangelical Christians. It’s for this reason that the American Family Association (AFA, www.afa.net) has been motivating this group to make sure their voices are heard at the polls tomorrow. AFA has heard from thousands upon thousands about their thoughts on voting and the trajectory of America.
For months, AFA has been talking about election issues such as strong families, the protection of life, the preservation of religious liberties and the appointment of Supreme Court Justices who will uphold Judeo-Christian values, as AFA has done for the past four decades.
For your Election Day coverage and commentary, consider interviewing one or more AFA voices, including:
- AFA President Tim Wildmon
- AFA Executive Vice President Ed Vitagliano
- AFA Public Policy Analyst Abraham Hamilton
- AFA Action Vice President Rob Chambers
This election season, AFA Action (www.afaaction.net), the governmental affairs affiliate of AFA, released its 2016 Presidential Voter Guide, aiming to help Christians be informed voters and vote wisely in both state and national elections. The guide provides an in-depth, high-quality, web-based and non-partisan perspective on the candidates and allows voters to identify where the candidates fall on a scale from “very liberal” to “very conservative” and everywhere in between.
To interview a representative from American Family Association, contact Jen Retallick, 610-584-1096, ext. 100, Media@HamiltonStrategies.com or Deborah Hamilton, 610-584-1096, ext. 102, 215.815.7716.