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The Clock is Ticking to Order Your Voter Guides…
With early voting starting today (through March 15th) don’t wait another minute to order your Voter Guides in bulk!
Illinois’ primary election is just two weeks from tomorrow. If your schedule has changed, or if you think that you may be too busy to make it to your local polling place on election day, you should take advantage of early voting. Click HERE to find contact information for your local Election Authority, or call the IFI office at (708) 781-9328, and we will be happy to look it up for you!
Do you and your friends know where the state-wide and federal candidates stand on sex-education, gambling expansion, and same-sex marriage? The IFI Voter Guides will be the only way most people get the information they need to make an informed decision.
The IFI Voter Guide is a great tool for educating church members and reminding them to vote. They are especially effective when handed directly to people. We encourage you to make sure that these Guides get directly into the hands of your fellow churchgoers.
Take ACTION: Please order bulk quantities of these Voter Guides today so that you are able to use them at your church over the next two weeks!
Click HERE or call the IFI office at (708) 781-9328 during normal business hours to place an order.
And, in case you missed it, I want to draw your attention to the various resources IFI has worked long and hard to compile to help you make educated decisions in the polling booth:
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Voters across Illinois need to know about Illinois Family Institute’s efforts in the public square — including our non-partisan Voter Guides. Please pass this email along to your own email list.
The full version of the IFI 2014 Primary Election Voter Guide is available for download HERE.
Our get-out-the-vote campaign is up and running. We are distributing the IFI Primary Voter Guide to hundreds of churches, civic groups and tea party organizations. Will you financially support our endeavor to educate Illinois voters and promote family values? Donate today.