Illinois Family Institute will be printing a limited number of the 2020 General Election Voter Guide. As always, it will also be available on our web site.
The non-partisan IFI Voter Guide will help you learn more about the candidates on the November 3rd ballot and their positions on important issues that directly affect your family and the culture around us. However, for orders in bulk to distribute to your church, civic group, neighbors and family, etc., you must pre-order.
The suggested donation to cover the cost of printing and mailing is $25 per hundred. But if you are unable to make a tax-deductible donation, don’t let that stop you. We appreciate your help in distributing them. The voter guide, along with a newsletter, will be mailed to homes by mid September.
IFI’s Voter Guide does not endorse or oppose any candidate or political party and is legal for distribution in churches under IRS guidelines. Ask your pastor if you can make them available in your church or pass along to friends, neighbors, co-workers and family.
Take ACTION: CLICK HERE to place your order for the printed IFI Voter Guide to distribute to your church, civic group, neighbors and family.
Hopefully all of your friends, neighbors and fellow church congregants are registered to vote. Just think about how many people you know who have moved and need to re-register. Think of how many teens you know who are turning 18 by November 3rd and can vote for the first time this year. Consider engaging citizens who have not voted in the past to become actively involved in impacting our nation’s future!
Illinois is a very large state and we need your help to get the IFI Voter Guide into every church that is concerned about the direction our state and nation are heading. Would you ask your pastor if your church will take the IFI Voter Guide?
Register to Vote: It’s never been easier! You can now register to vote online at the Illinois Board of Election.
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