iVoterGuide To Make Election Season Much Easier and Effective: The Primaries are coming up, are you ready for them? Well, in this episode we reveal a tool to not only make the voting process easier, but much more effective as well. We’re also going to be explaining what the primaries are, how to know who to vote for, why it’s so important to vote in the primaries, and how to be confident in who you are voting for. Tune in now to learn more!

Air Date: 02/20/2018

Guest: Debbie Wuthnow

On-air Personalities: David Barton, Rick Green, and Tim Barton


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Faith And The Culture

Rick:

Welcome to the intersection of faith and the culture. This is WallBuilders Live! Where we talk about today’s hottest topics on policy, faith, and the culture. All of it from a Biblical, historical, and Constitutional perspective.

We’re doing that today with David Barton, he’s America’s premier historian and the founder of WallBuilders. Also, Tim Barton, national speaker, pastor, and he’s our president at WallBuilders. And my name is Rick Green, I’m a former Texas state legislator.

You can find out more about us and the program at WallBuildersLive.com. That’s got a list of all of our stations, it’s got past programs. Go check it out – WallBuildersLive.com. And then WallBuilders.com is our main website with a wealth of information and tools available to help you and your family become better citizens.

And speaking of being better citizens, it’s getting election time, in some states at least, for the primaries. David, Tim, we probably ought to start off just explaining what a primary is. A lot of times, people don’t know that there’s two elections. There’s the November election, but there’s one before that that decides who’s going to be on the ballot in November.

David:

Wait, Rick, we’re in February, Rick, what do you mean this is primary time?

Rick:

Right, folks, it seems like it’s a long ways away before there’s supposed to be another elections.

Two Weeks Before the First Elections

David:

It’s November before we have elections. Well, actually, two weeks from now we have the first election. So, the political season is started and the primaries are where you choose the candidates from each party to face off against each other in the fall, in November. I say that, it’s a little different in California, and Louisiana, and other places, where they have what are called ‘jungle primaries” where you don’t really put people from a party together on the ballot and choose from that party. You just throw everybody in the same box and you choose whoever it’s going to be.

So, what happens in a primary is you have a very low voter turnout when you consider all the vote in the state. And in the primary, you nearly always have really good people running in most slots, and you’ve got pretty much establishment people running, you’ve get often some crummy people running.

Tim:

Certainly depending on where you are would impact what those different positions look like. Saying that generally you always have good people running – well, in conservative states you do. I don’t know if you’re in a California, or a Chicago, or a New York, I don’t know if in the primary you’re going, “Man, we’ve got some great options right now.” But certainly you generally have a better chance of having good options–

David:

Yeah.

Tim:

–when you look at the primary.

David:

Probably the better way to say it is you have less worse options in the primaries.

Tim:

Yeah.

Rick:

Right, right.

David:

You generally have a better option, maybe not a great option, but at least a better option.

Rick:

Wait, are you guys saying there’s no perfect candidate? I thought there was always going to be a perfect candidate that had always done everything right, and was right on every issue, and that I could go in and vote for and know that I had just elected a perfect official, no?

David:

Rick, ever since you retired we’ve not been able to say there’s a perfect candidate.

No Perfect Candidate

Rick:

Yeah, yeah. So, people do think that if there’s anything wrong with a candidate I can’t vote for him. So, therefore I’m not going to vote for anybody. They don’t even go vote because they feel like everybody is a “bad choice”. But in reality, there is no perfect choice, right?

Tim:

No, no. Rick, that is a great point worth making is certainly it’s easy to look at a candidate and think, “My gosh, they’re not great on this, or they’ve done this, or they’re not perfect.” And oftentimes there is some disqualification in our own mind that goes on. Certainly the media will try to disqualify candidates because of whatever the case is. We can go down a laundry list of items they get attacked with.

But ultimately, what we’re looking for is someone who has a philosophy and ideology that lines up closest to what we are looking for. It doesn’t mean they’re perfect, but someone that supports the things that we support, that we care about. And really, for us living in a Constitutional republic, we want people that are going to support the Constitution, that support limited government. We want people that support the Biblical values because we know it’s righteousness that exalts a nation. It’s Biblical morality that allows us to live free.

So, we want a Biblical Constitutional candidate and that’s what we’re looking for. And you’re right they’re not going to be perfect because there was only ever one perfect person that walked this earth and that was Jesus.

Rick:

That’s right.

Tim:

So, unless He’s on the ballot–

Rick:

That’s right.

Tim:

–there is not going to be a perfect candidate. But–

Rick:

And like you said it’s different all over the country, right, so in some areas you have better candidates. It might be a lot more like what you just described in terms of those values. And in other areas you’ve just got to do the best you can. That’s what my mom always said anyway – you do the best you can, with what you’ve got, where you are, right.

So, wherever you are, whatever those candidates are, you’ve got to figure out which ones sometimes the least bad. Sometimes you get two or three good choices, so you choose the absolute best one out of those. But every time you’ve got to choose. You’ve got to go vote and then maybe we ought to be motivated to work harder for next time to go recruit an even better candidate and work even earlier in the process.

But speaking out earlier in the process, that’s what a primary is. Don’t wait until November and choose between the folks that made the choice of the primary voters. You be one of those primary voters that’s going to make the choice for all those people that are going to show up in November that did not vote in the primary.

A Great Way to Multiply Your Voice

Rick:

It’s a great way to multiply your voice when you vote in the primary.

Tim:

It really is. It has a much greater impact and influence by getting involved. But let me also point out as we’re talking about looking for people in the primary, there’s better options in the primary, there are some key things that we ought to think about and look at. Certainly the founding fathers talked about inalienable rights, you have life, liberty, pursuit of happiness. But it starts with life. And as a Christian I believe absolutely that God is the Author, the giver of life, that all life comes from God, and life is something that we should want to protect.

So, one of the very first issues we ought to think about is where do they stand on the issue of life? Do they believe in the sanctity of life? That God is the sovereign creator of life and therefore abortion is wrong because we’re not going to murder what God has done. Do they believe that religious liberty is important? That we should be able to acknowledge God, live according to our beliefs, our convictions.

And certainly depending on what position they’re running for can make a difference. When you start ranking some of these sayings.

But as we start looking at what’s important, really we want to make sure we have the right value system we’re looking for. And as we can identify, if I have a list of six things I really want in a candidate, well there is not a single candidate that has all six things, but this one has none and this one has two. Well, this one is closer to what I’m looking for than the other one. So, sometimes it is a lesser of evils because ultimately, and again, unless Jesus is running, it’s going to be the lesser of evils.

We Want to Make Sure We Prioritize Right

Tim:

But we do want to make sure we prioritize the right things – and it’s not welfare, it’s not necessarily economics, it’s not necessarily– Well, those things are valid, those things are important, but those things are not what ultimately produces freedom or gets God’s blessing on our nation.

David:

And Tim mentioned the issue of life is a key issue. It is to God, the Founding Fathers said that’s the first of the inalienable rights. We’ve talked before that if you show me a candidate, where they on life, I can pretty well predict what they’ll vote on every other issue. Years of experience have taught me that that is now the case. If you’re wrong in life, you’ll be wrong on economic issues, you’ll be wrong on foreign affairs issues, you’ll be wrong on moral issues.

You take something as simple as life. So, back in 2005 they had a vote in the Senate essentially saying that, “Look, we’re not going to allow abortions in the third trimester.” Which is essentially when a child born could live. If you were born in the third trimester, even early on, even 21-22 weeks, you can live outside the womb. And if they can live outside the womb, we’re not going to abort them.

And so in that vote in 2005 you had some 73 Democrats that said, “Absolutely not. We will not take a life if it’s viable on its own.” We had that vote again just a few weeks ago and in that vote, I think there’s 180 or 184 for Democrats in the house, only two voted to protect life past the point of viability in the Senate. Not a single Democrat senator voted for life. So, in a matter, really, of a 10, 12, 13, 14, years, you’ve gone from 73 down to only two.

And so if life is your issue, for me, in an election it pretty much means Republican/ Democrat. Now there were two Republican senators who voted against life viability – Murkowski and Collins. And so out of 51 senators, two went the wrong way. So, you’ve got about 5 percent of Republicans that didn’t support life and you’ve got about 1 percent of Democrats that did.

Looking at Races

David:

So, you look at a race like we’ve got in Texas right now we have a congressional race where that a Republican is retiring. There’s a Democrat running for the seat and there are 21 Republicans running to replace that Congressman. I will guarantee you that all 21 of those Republicans are not all strong and not all good. I know several of them. And so what I want to do is I want to vote in the primary to make sure I get the strongest possible person to face off against the Democrat in the primary.

And I wish the Democrats had some pro-life Democrats running – that’d be a great race, but they don’t. So, at this point, out of 21 candidates, if I do not vote in the primary and if I just wait till November, I may be looking at a pro abortion Republican taken on a pro abortion Democrat and I don’t want that. Which is why a primary vote right now becomes so significant.

Even in the general election this year only 26 percent of adults will vote in that election. Now, that’s 39 percent of registered adults will vote, but 26 percent of all adults will vote. Because what you’re looking at is only 67.1  percent of adults are registered to vote. So, out of that 67.1 percent, 39 percent will vote, which means 26 percent of adults. So you’re looking at one out of four making choices in the general election.

Your Vote Counts Much More in the Primaries

David:

That means the winner is going to get half of that, so only 13 percent of American adults will choose our representatives, and senators, and governors, in this coming election. If you back it up to the primaries, it’s a tiny percent vote. So, if you vote in the primaries it’s like you vote 10 times stronger than you do in the general. Your vote means more because so many fewer votes are cast.

So, primaries start two weeks from now and they run from now through mid September. And that’s where you’re choosing candidates to appear on the November ballot. You really, really, really, need to be involved in the primary. Now, a lot of people don’t know how to vote, they don’t know what the candidates stand for, you get 21 candidates how do you know where they are on life or immigration? How do you know where they are on welfare or any other issue?

We’ve got a voters guide that helps tell you exactly where every candidate is in the primary and in the general election. So, Debbie Wuthnow from iVoterGuide, a great, great, resource out there that everybody can get, that you can go to it in time for the primaries. You need to be involved in the primaries, but you need to know about  iVoterGuide.

Rick:

It’s an easy tool too. It’s just a fantastic tool to use. So glad that they’re making it available across the nation. They started here Texas, it’s now gone all across the nation.

So, all of our listeners out there have a great opportunity here to tap into this tool and share it with other people. So, Debbie is going to tell us about it when we come back. So, stay with us. You’re listening to WallBuilders Live.

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We Want To Hear Your Vet Story

Rick:

Hey friends! If you have been listening to WallBuilders Live for very long at all,    how much we respect our veterans and how appreciative we are of the sacrifice they make to make our freedoms possible. One of the ways that we love to honor those veterans is to tell their stories here on WallBuilders Live.  Once in awhile, we get an opportunity to interview veterans that have served on those front lines that have made incredible sacrifices have amazing stories that we want to share with the American people.

One of the very special things we get to do is interview World War II veterans. You’ve heard those interviews here on WallBuilders Live, from folks that were in the Band of Brothers, to folks like Edgar Harrell that survived the Indianapolis to so many other great stories you heard on WallBuilders Live.

You have friends and family that also served.  If you have World War II veterans in your family that you would like to have their story shared here on WallBuilders Live, please e-mail us at [email protected]  Give us a brief summary of the story and we’ll set up an interview. Thanks so much for sharing here on WallBuilders Live!

Rick:

Welcome back. Thanks for staying with us here on WallBuilders Live. We’ve got a great tool we are putting in your hands today. It’s called  iVoterGuide. You need to go to the website today at  iVoterGuide.com. We have the executive director with us today. Debbie Wuthnow, thank you for joining us.

Debbie Wuthnow:

Thank you so much for having me.

Rick:

Hey, excited about people being able to cast an informed vote. I know how frustrating it is. And I’m a political junkie – I live, breathe, and eat, this stuff. But I hate getting in the ballot box and I get to a name, or get to a race, and I know nothing about the candidates. It’s so frustrating.

Debbie Wuthnow:

Yes, it’s really hard. And I’m not a political junkie, so I come at this from a voter and I’m like, “If I don’t know anything to vote why even go to the polls?” So, that’s kind of the whole basis for iVoterGuide is to give not only political junkies a good place to find information, but uninformed voters who aren’t as engaged a good place to go for reliable information they can trust.

Rick:

Well, you guys have made it so easy. Even the whole idea of voter guides. Of course, here on WallBuilders we’ve pushed voter guides for years. We’ve helped put them together, we’ve encouraged citizens to put one together in their local community if there isn’t one,    we’re all for that.

But even then it’s sometimes hard. You go to the map and you click on your state or you click on the link. You guys have made it incredibly simple. You just go to the website, type in your zip code, and boom – you’ve got statewide, you’ve got federal, you’ve got all kinds of races. And it’s more than just okay, Republican here, Democrat there. Y’all have detailed information where you can really figure out which one of these candidates do I really want to support?

They Usually All Say Similar Things in a Primary

Debbie Wuthnow:

Our whole philosophy is it’s more important to look at what a candidate does than it is to look at what they say. Because they can– in fact in a primary they usually all say similar things – “I’m for Texas families and I’m the most conservative candidate.”

Rick:

Yeah.

Debbie Wuthnow:

But we really try to look at the data to see – what have they really done? To give us a predictor of how they’re going to vote once they’re in office.

Rick:

Wait, are you– you wouldn’t be saying that any politician would actually say something on the campaign trail–

Debbie Wuthnow:

I would never imply that.

Rick:

–that might be different from what they actually did in office?

*laughter*

Debbie Wuthnow:

No, I would never imply that.

Rick:

I should ask that the other way – do they ever say on the campaign trail what they actually do in office?

Debbie Wuthnow:

Sometimes. Sometimes.

Rick:

That’s– no, there are. We’re not cynical. There are some really good ones out there, no doubt. We have them on the program here all the time.

Debbie Wuthnow:

Yes.

Empty Rhetoric?

Rick:

But it is hard because it is a lot of times it is not– I wouldn’t even say empty rhetoric. It’s fluffy rhetoric sometimes. And part of it is just the way our elections work. They get 60 seconds out of the candidate form, how much can you actually–

Debbie Wuthnow:

Right. And part of it’s how they can spin things.

Rick:

Yeah.

Debbie Wuthnow:

So, it’s just a perspective that they take on it. So, we really try to gather all the political intelligence all into one place, make it easy for voters. And the other philosophy we have is you’re really, as a voter, you’re hiring this person to represent you.

So, kind of look at it the same way you might look at hiring somebody to care for your children or to handle your finances. You would look at their resume of accomplishments and what they’ve done. And we do that by looking at vote ratings for incumbents and by looking at donations for both incumbents and candidates. Because where you spend your money says a lot about what’s important to you.

Rick:

Yeah. Yes. So, you’re digging way past just even necessarily a vote or how they answered a questionnaire. You’re looking at who they donated to, who donated to them, that sort of thing.

Debbie Wuthnow:

Exactly. Yes. You can tell a lot by that. We look at organizations they’ve given at. Because if somebody’s been a lifetime supporter of right to life, that tells you a lot about how they’re going to vote when they’re in office. Vice versa if they’ve supported a Planned Parenthood. It just– it really is indicative of where their values are.

And that’s really our goal is we want to return America to its Godly heritage. And we need to elect people who value the same things that we as conservative Christian values. So, we gathered the data that hopefully do the– as best we can, try to indicate that about those people running process.

Helpful Color Codes

Rick:

Well, another thing I like about what you’ve done, Debbie, is I’m a kind of color visual guy. So, in other words, if I can see it, and there’s color codes– I have post it notes even right now sitting here looking in the studio – everywhere. Different colored post it notes and all that. So, I love the fact that you all have these little charts where I can actually look.

I’m just telling folks – I’ve got the website pull up right now and I’m looking at a particular race. You even show me their donations in a pie chart based on how many conservative recipients got money from them versus liberal recipients. That’s pretty detailed, but it’s– in two seconds I can get a good feel for where that person puts their treasure.

Debbie Wuthnow:

Right. And you can see the high level view and if that’s all you want to see, you’re fine. But we also have the data to back it up. So, if you click on– you see the little pie chart and you click the “show details” button, and you click there, it’s going to show you each individual contribution that we’ve reflected in that pie chart.

Rick:

Wow.

Debbie Wuthnow:

All those conservatives and liberals they’ve given to.

The Least We Can Do is Use the Tool

Rick:

I just did that while you were saying that and you’re exactly right. I can go down– it lists legislators they’ve given to, that’s pretty impressive. So, you guys put a lot of effort into giving us the tool. The least we can do is take the tool and use it. Now as their way– so, if I’m a voter and I know I’m headed to the polls, is there a way to use– am I allowed to use this in the booth?

Debbie Wuthnow:

Well, it varies by state and iVoterGuide is in all 50 states. I don’t want to forget to say that. Some states allow you to take your phone and some don’t. There is a way for you to go before you go to the polls, or in your car before you go in, and pull it up on your phone. But if you do it at home, you can actually print your individual ballot.

Rick:

I see it right there at the top banner. Look at that.

Debbie Wuthnow:

Yeah.

Rick:

Oh wow. I just pulled it up. I’m sorry folks at home – I’m experiencing this as we’re doing it because I really want you to be able to see what I’m seeing. You’ve got to go to this website.

But, and sorry to cut you off there, Debbie, but you’re right. So, I clicked on the print and it’s almost like looking at my ballot. And I can print it out and it has the ratings with the names. So, I could print this out and they definitely will let you carry paper into the booth–

Debbie Wuthnow:

Of for sure.
Rick:

–or, I think so. Yeah.

Debbie Wuthnow:

And the other thing that you mentioned earlier is you put your zip code in and you see your races. If you really want to make sure you’re seeing just the races on your ballot, because we go down to state representative districts– state reps, those lines aren’t really following zip codes. So, you can’t be sure you’re seeing just exactly what’s going to be on your ballot.

But you have the option to enter your voting address. We’re not going to mail you anything. This just lets us show you the exact races that will be on your ballot, so that you don’t have to know what your districts are for state rep or for state Senate.

Find Your Polling Place

Rick:

Now, I noticed this other tab for where to vote and find your polling place because a lot of people really struggle with that as well. And sometimes local counties are good at it and sometimes they aren’t. So, it looks like you all spent some time on that as well helping us to find where the polling places are, and what the polling times are, and what dates we can early vote. All that good stuff.

But we just really want to be a one stop shop for voting resources. So, whatever we have we’ll make it out there for the voters. We just want to have informed good stewards of our vote. We want to make everybody’s a good steward of their vote.

Rick:

I’m just seeing also a “register to vote” button. So, it’s got information on how to register, voters with special needs.

Debbie Wuthnow:

And if you want to join with us and we will sign you up on our e-mail list, we’ll let you know when it’s time to vote based on your state or your voting address when there’s things on your ballot. So, you have that option as well so that it makes it even easier because we’ll tell you when it’s time to vote.

Rick:

Now, what about folks at home that– we have a very active audience that likes to get involved. What can they do to help distribute this or get other people to have a voter guide that they can take in kind of? What’s the citizen role here? Where they can plug in?

Multiply the Support

Debbie Wuthnow:

Well, there’s a couple of really key roles for citizens to get involved in. One is to share it with your friends. And because it is all across the nation, you can share this with your family in Pennsylvania and Florida and they can vote as well. So, share it by forwarding an email you get from us, just send your friends to iVoterGuide.com, please go to our Facebook page and like it, and then share that with people because we have posts that you can share.

And there are resources on our website that you can pass out that church. We have a church like just a bulletin insert you could give to your friends there. Another thing that’s important if you’re really an activist and you want to make a difference is we– those evaluations that are on the website where we give you that snapshot of is this candidate very conservative or very liberal or where on that spectrum. We have volunteers who help us as panelists who evaluate candidates. And it’s a volunteer position, you have to apply, we do have some pretty strict vetting guidelines that we follow.

But you can also do that on our website look for under the “get involved” and volunteer as a panelist.

Rick:

Love it. Love it. Alright. So, great action items for folks that at a minimum just the voting action, getting informed be able to vote. But then also to be able to dive in a little bit and essentially multiply your vote. Because when you share these with folks, when you get this information in other people’s hands, you’re multiplying the support that you can give to the candidates out there that are conservative and are going to bring back these values. So, go ahead–

Debbie Wuthnow:

I don’t know if Texas voters know, but you’re going to have 10 to 12 races on your ballot that iVoterGuide has already done the research for you. So, it’s not just learning about one candidate, you’re learning about all the way from governor and congressional races to State House, State Senate, Ag commissioner, land commissioner, those are all available at iVoterGuide. So, use it and share it please.

Rick:

Excellent. Well, great testimonials on the website. Tim Wildmon, Kirby Anderson, and other folks. So, we’re just thrilled to see what you guys are doing and glad to spread the word. And hope folks all across the country that are listening right now go to iVoterGuide.com. Use it as a tool for you as you go in and vote.

Some states, like Texas, are voting immediately. We’ve got early voting starting right now and we’ve got primaries coming up very quickly. In other states is not till later in the year. But either way, get on the website now, get informed about what is happening locally and what you can do to be a part of it.

Debbie, God bless you guys. Keep up the great work and let’s spread the word and get more folks out to vote.

Debbie Wuthnow:

Thank you, Rick. Thanks for the opportunity, you guys, just wonderful opportunity.

Rick:

iVoterGuide.com. Stay with us, folks. We’ll be right back with David and Tim Barton.

Biographical Sketches

Hi friends! This is Tim Barton of WallBuilders.This is a time when most Americans don’t know much about American history or even heroes of the faith. I know, oftentimes as parents, we’re trying to find good content for our kids to read.

If you remember back in the Bible, the Book of Hebrews it has the Faith Hall of Fame, where they outlined the leaders of faith that had gone before them. Well,, this is something that as Americans we really want to go back and outline some of these heroes not just of American history, but heroes of Christianity and our faith as well.

I wanted to let    about some biographical sketches we have available on our website. One is called, “The Courageous Leaders Collection” and this collection includes people like Abigail Adams, Abraham Lincoln, Francis Scott Key, George Washington Carver, Susanna Wesley, even the Wright brothers.

There’s a second collection called, “Heroes of History” in this collection you read about people like Benjamin Franklin, Christopher Columbus, Daniel Boone, George Washington, Harriet Tubman, the list goes on and on.

This is a great collection for your young person to have and read. And it’s a providential view of American and Christian history. This is available at WallBuilders.com.

Rick:

We’re back on WallBuilders Live. Thanks for staying with us. Thanks to Debbie Wuthnow for joining us from iVoterGuide.com. That web link will be available at WallBuildersLive.com today. Or just go straight there – iVoterGuide.com – share that link with your friends or family.

Do the print out like Debbie was talking about if you’re worried about your polling place not allowing your phone or iPad in the booth. But use the tool. You’re going to get in there, I’m telling you, you’re going to get in there and there’s going to be some races on the ballot you didn’t know were going to be there or some names you don’t recognize. And this tool will really help you make a good decision.

Back with David and Tim now. Guys, so excited about this because how many times do people ask us, “Who do I vote for? I know who to vote for president or senator, but I don’t have any idea who to vote for for local state legislator or county commissioner?”

You’re Hiring Them to Represent You

David:

Rick, I love what you said earlier is as a voter you’re hiring this person to represent you. And so you do want to look at their resume so to speak and their recommendations – who their friends are, who they hang with, where they put their money.

And there’s a lot of these people who are going to get in there and say, “Oh man, 21 guys on the ballot. I don’t know who all these guys are.” Yeah, but you can know before you get there. You can look at those 21 and say, “Alright, I’ve got one here that’s about a 23 percenter or a 45 percenter. And I’ve got two there that are ninety one percenters.”

You’re able to gauge it on your own scale of what you think is really good or really important and you need to do that when you go in. Because if you don’t, and if you just wait til you get to November to vote, you could be facing a choice between the bad and the worse. Where at least right now, you could be facing a choice of how to get the good facing the bad in November. And so the voters guide is really, really, key to helping you know what to do and to get the best people in there, to do the best job of preserving the republic, so you can be the best steward of this government you can possibly be.

They’re Taking Our Excuses Away

Rick:

They’re really taking our excuses away, right. Because sometimes we’ll use the excuse, “Well, I don’t want to cast an uninformed vote, so I’m not going to go vote. I wouldn’t want to vote for the wrong person.” Or, “I just don’t know about the different races.” All of that now is an excuse because the tools are right there at our fingertips.

We can use them if we really want to do our duty, if we really want to be good citizens, the tools are right there at our fingertips. God’s blessed us very much in this country to have these kind of tools available to us. So, let’s make sure we’re using them. Go to that website iVoterGuide.com and then share it with your friends and family. Share links on your Facebook page, your Twitter, Instagram, whatever the latest thing out there is. Get on there and share that link, so that other folks like yourself will know who to vote for and they can cast that informed vote.

Voters Guide To Make Election Season Much Easier and Effective

Rick:

I’m just so excited about these tools because people are always complaining about, “I don’t know.” Well, now it’s just an excuse. Let’s get rid of the excuses and let’s actually go be good citizens and cast those informed votes and we can save our republic for the next generation.

Thanks for listening today, folks. You’ve been listening to WallBuilders Live.