iVoterGuide: Elections Have Ripple Effects—Including Political Appointments
iVoterGuide President Debbie Wuthnow: Fate of Judiciary Often Lies with the Election of Officials, from President to Governor
June 8, 2020
AUSTIN, Texas—Worshippers returning to church amid COVID-19 lockdowns and restrictions has been a much-debated topic, and is now spilling over into the legal and political realm.
Supreme Court Chief Justice John Roberts is quickly becoming the wild-card swing vote on many issues, including rulings regarding church gatherings as health concerns loom.
iVoterGuide is pointing to the recent SCOTUS rejection of an emergency appeal from a California church challenging state limits on attendance at religious services. In his opinion, Roberts wrote that the restrictions of 25% capacity with no more than 100 worshippers at a time “appear consistent” with the First Amendment.
“As Justice Roberts continues to swing from siding with conservatives to siding with liberals, we’re reminded of the ripple effect of elections—political appointments,” said iVoterGuide President Debbie Wuthnow. “The fate of the judiciary often lies with the election of other officials, from president to governor. iVoterGuide helps voters around the country find candidates who align with the issues most important to them—and who will make appointments in line with those values.”
Providing the most comprehensive, educational information on nearly every race in the country, iVoterGuide has researched over 24,000 candidates in more than 11,000 races and offers sample ballots, voting information and candidate evaluations. From election dates to voter registration deadlines and polling locations, iVoterGuide has resources to help turn out 2.2 million voters across all 50 states in the 2020 primary and general elections in order to restore the principles of limited government, free enterprise and traditional American values. Learn more at ivoterguide.com.
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