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Last Call for IFI Voter Guides
General Election Voter Guides Are Going Quickly — Order in Bulk Today!
Voter Guides Are Going Quickly – Order in Bulk Today!
Early Voting is already underway and the printed IFI Voter Guides are going fast! In case you’re not aware, early voting has been proven to win elections for pro-family candidates! And every vote is valuable!
If you haven’t yet placed a bulk order for Voter Guides, please give us a call at the IFI office today at (708) 781-9328 or click HERE to email us your order.
These non-partisan Voter Guides comply with IRS guidelines and are legal for churches to distribute. Or you may simply want them to pass along to neighbors, co-workers and family.
Check our online version …
Order Bulk Voter Guides Now
We are currently taking orders for our 2014 Primary Election Voter Guide. The non-partisan IFI Voter Guide helps voters know more about the positions of candidates who are seeking your vote on March 18, 2014. Release date for the Voter Guide is scheduled for mid February but we are now taking bulk pre-orders.
Take ACTION: To pre-order by email click HERE. You can also call the IFI office at (708) 781-9328.
Suggested Donation: $25 for 100.
Hopefully all of your friends, neighbors and fellow church congregants are registered to vote (registration deadline is Feb. 18th). Help educate Illinois voters …
Mainstream Media Or Lamestream Media Regarding Information About Political Candidates & Issues
IFI Voter Guides Help Voters Make Informed Decisions At The Poll
There are those who believe America is at its zenith as a nation. They claim “tolerance”–which was a result of the cultural revolution of the 1960’s and 70’s–has made the United States a better place to live. I strongly disagree with this assessment–which mostly comes from liberals who feel the sexual revolution has liberated men and women and that diversity has created a more “just” nation. They see the Judeo-Christian ethic as a mechanism which binds the true expression of self–both on the individual and societal level. I could …