Monday, November 6, 2006

Reminder - Election Day is Tomorrow

Reminder - Election Day is tomorrow.

Remember to vote tomorrow, Tuesday, November 7th. Billy Graham said it best, "If America is to survive, we must elect more God-centered men and women to public office - individuals who will seek Divine guidance in the affairs of state." This statement is directly backed by scripture and is vital for us to recognize. "When the righteous thrive, the people rejoice; when the wicked rule, the people groan." -Proverbs 29:2 Let's get informed, participate in the electoral process and choose Godly leaders!

Many churches all across Indiana will be gathering tomorrow morning to pray for the election. If your local church or a church near you is offering such an activity, please take part in this vital ministry. If Godly men and women are to be elected tomorrow, we must ask God to stir the hearts of Hoosiers.

To view the 2006 IFI Voter Guide and learn more about where the candidates stand on key issues please click here. To find your legislative districts click here.

Holding Government Accountable

Congressman Mark Souder represents Indiana's 3rd congressional district in Washington D.C. In Washington, Congressman Souder is the Chairman of the Subcommittee on Criminal Justice, Drug Policy and Human Resources, under the House Committee on Government Reform. The committee has been working hard to investigate and hold government agencies accountable. To that end, the committee has held numerous hearings, written letters and compiled reports on a number of issues important to the public.

The committee has even put out an index of links on the web so the public can track what the committee has done in its investigations and oversight of issues like the drug culture, RU-486, Plan B drug sales to minors, ultrasound keepsake images, post-abortion depression, condoms and even human cloning.
Please take a moment to review the hard work of Chairman Souder and his committee by visiting the Social Register posted on the committee’s Web site.

Election Night Invitation

Friends of the Indiana Family Institute have been invited to attend election festivities at the Indiana GOP headquarters, downtown Indianapolis. Governor Mitch Daniels and Senator Richard Lugar will kick the evening off at 5:45 pm. If you do not have election night plans, mark this event on your calendar.

To find out more about IFI or to contribute to Hoosier families
visit us at
Indiana Family Institute
55 Monument Circle, Suite 322, Indianapolis, IN, 46204
Phone: (317) 423-9178 Toll Free: (800) 259-2959 Fax: (317) 423-9421


Vigilante said...

A helpful note to GOP-prone voters:

Don’t you think if you could just get past your Nancy Pelosiphobia for a moment (hopefully before you vote), you might acknowlege that you need Democratic majorities in Congress to help you in restoring Conservativism to the Republican Party?

America needs your vote!

Average Joe American said...

First, let me set one thing straight. I have no fear of Nancy Pelosi. I know the Republican party has been running ads on television about how a Majority Leader Pelosi would destroy the Senate. That's not what concerns me so much. What concerns me most of all is how a Democrat in the White House in 2008 would destroy the country if backed by a Democrat held Congress. This year's elections is more important than 2008 not for what will happen over the next two years, or for what Wonder-Liberal-Woman Nancy Pelosi will do, but for what will happen after 2008 if we are blind enough to elect a Democrat to the White House (which is possible, as Bill Clinton unfortunately proved us).

Call it Democratiphobia, if you like, or you could call it what it would really be for our country: Kakorrhaphiophobia (you'll have to look that one up on Wikipedia).

Thanks for your comments!


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