Want a Voter Guide for Your County?
Here’s How You Can Have a Voter Guide for Your City/County…
We get asked all the time, “When is Church Voter Guides going to make a voter Guide for MY county?” Simple answer: “We’re not!” (Well, unless you live in our home town of El Paso County, Colorado.)
There are many reasons for this, including the massive resources it would take to do it for “everyone”. But the most important reason is that local voter guides NEED to be produced locally. When national organizations try to produce local guides, it hasn’t proven very successful.
BUT, here’s the great news: We’ll show YOU how to produce and promote a voter guide for your city/county/region, and even your state for statewide candidates, and it’s much easier than you probably think…
Now, we’re not saying that it doesn’t take a bunch of work. It does. But you if you follow our plan that we’ve been figuring out ourselves and refining for the past year, it can be done with a handful of volunteers and a shoestring budget. Yes, literally “a few people” can actually educate the electorate and impact the elections across your region. (It’s very very cool!)
In fact, once we determined how to do it ourselves, the model for our organization transitioned into TRAINING and SUPPORTING small groups of patriots around the U.S., with the goal to be working with teams in all of Colorado’s 64 counties for the 2022 primaries and general election, and across America’s 3100+ counties for the 2024 election. We’re psyched that there’s even a group right now in Chattanooga/Hamilton County, Tennessee that we helped with producing a voter guide for their county-wide primaries!
Want more info about how we can help YOU produce a voter guide for your 2022 primary and general elections in your city/county? Then fill out the contact form below and we will contact you ASAP.
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For such a time as this,
Chaim Goldman, Director of Church Voter Guides
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