Blog   Education | Gambling | Government | Health & Sexuality | Marriage & Parenting | Religious Freedom | Sanctity of Life

2014 General Election Just Two Weeks Away!

The 2014 General Election is Just Two Weeks Away! Do You Know Where the Candidates Stand on Issues Like Sanctity of Life, Marriage and Religious Liberty?

Far too often, voters enter the polls with little knowledge about where the candidates stand on the issues that matter most: sanctity of human life, marriage, and religious liberty. The November 4 General Election is just two weeks away, and one-stop early voting begins in just two days! As you prepare to head to the polls, do you know where the candidates stand?
Find out by accessing the North Carolina Family Policy Council’s 2014 Voter Guide website at: //

At the Voter Guide website, you can:

  • Enter your name and address and generate a personalized Voter Guide with your own congressional and state legislative districts;
  • Order Voter Guides in bulk for distribution at your church, civic group and other community organizations;
  • Download the entire 16-page Voter Guide;
  • Make a secure online Donation to help support the Council’s effort in producing the 2014 Voter Guide and the 2014 Voter Guide website.

The North Carolina Family Policy Council still has 2014 Voter Guides available, but you need to act fast in order to receive them before the election. The Voter Guides are packaged in bundles of 100, so be sure to indicate how many Voter Guides you want (in multiples of 100).

About the North Carolina Family Policy Council 2014 Voter Guide: For the sixth election cycle in a row, the North Carolina Family Policy Council is pleased to provide the voters of North Carolina with an impartial, nonpartisan statewide Voter Guide. The 2014 Voter Guide includes information about the candidates that you simply cannot get anywhere else. This year, the NCFPC surveyed more than 320 candidates running for:

  • U.S. Senate and U.S. House;
  • N.C. Supreme Court and N.C. Court of Appeals;
  • N.C. Senate and N.C. House.

You can find out where the candidates stand on issues like marriage, sanctity of human life, budget and taxes, school choice, sex education, gambling, religious freedom, and much more.



Receive Our Legislative Alerts