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Help Us Help You – NC Family Voter Guide in the Works!

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We need your help to make the North Carolina Family Policy Council’s 2016 Voter Guide project a success! Hundreds of candidates across the state have received NC Family’s candidate questionnaires, which offer an opportunity for candidates to communicate their positions on a variety of important public policy issues to voters. We need your help to encourage the candidates in your area to complete the NC Family 2016 Voter Guide questionnaire and return it before the Wednesday, August 10 deadline.

For the seventh election cycle in a row, the NC Family Voter Guide includes information about the candidates that you simply cannot get anywhere else.You can find out where the candidates stand on issues like sanctity of life, religious liberty, parental rights, educational choice, gambling, and much more. This year, NC Family surveyed 340 candidates running for:

  • U.S. Senate and U.S. House;
  • N.C. Governor, Lt. Governor, and Council of State;
  • N.C. Supreme Court and N.C. Court of Appeals;
  • N.C. Senate and N.C. House.

You can play an important role in assisting voters across North Carolina by contacting the candidates you know personally or who are running for any of the above-listed positions in your area and asking them to complete the NC Family candidate questionnaire. This way, their responses will be included in the 2016 Voter Guide that hundreds of thousands of North Carolina voters will use as part of their election decision-making process.

NC Family’s 2016 General Election Voter Guide will be published and ready for distribution by October 1, 2016, but you can go ahead and pre-order Voter Guides for distribution at your church or civic organization by contacting NC Family at (919) 807-0800 or by email at Be sure to provide your name, mailing address, phone number, church name and the number of Voter Guides you need (in multiples of 100) to provide one Voter Guide to each family in your church.


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