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The polls are open today on Election Day, from 7 a.m. until 7 p.m.
If you do not know where your polling place is, contact your Supervisor of Elections. You can also find your precinct and polling place on your county Supervisor of Elections’ website. You will be asked to provide at the polls a valid photo ID with signature.

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Church Approved Voter Guide HERE
(President & US Senate)
(Printable PDF document designed for churches to distribute)

(Guía de Votante Español HERE)

 

 


Extensive Online Voter Guide HERE
(Extensive information on state & congressional candidates)

 

 

 

 

voter-guide-amendments-1Amendment Guide HERE
(Information on each ballot initiative)

 

 

 

vote-no-2Amendment 2 In-Depth Guide HERE
(Five Critical Reasons to Vote No on Amendment 2)

 

 

 

Judicial Voter Guide HERE
(State, District, County and Circuit Judge candidate information, websites & questionnaires)

 

 

 


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Legislative Scorecard
HERE
(Rating all current state legislators with grades A-F and scores 0-100%)

 

Local Voter Guides
Below are local county voter guide resources, created by local activists. We do not endorse or guarantee the accuracy or legality of these voter guides. We are providing these guides for informational purposes only.

Lake County Voter Guide (Florida Votes Values)
Okaloosa County Voter Guide (Florida Votes Values)
St. Lucie County Voter Guide (Florida Votes Values)
Sumter County Voter Guide (Florida Votes Values)
Walton County Voter Guide (Florida Votes Values)

Election Analysis
honest discussionThe Florida Family Policy Council recently held two extensive discussions on the election entitled “An Honest Discussion about a Difficult Election.” The event panelists were comprised of top national leaders both for and against Donald Trump. The evening event was live streamed nationally by Ben Carson’s My Faith Votes organization. We believe you will find the lively exchanges here both informative and insightful. Watch the Public Community Forum here.

Perspective on the 2016 Election
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Our President John Stemberger appeared recently on WMFE, a local affiliate of National Public Radio for a sit-down interview on the 2016 Presidential Race and discussed how and why this is a difficult election for Christians. Many of our supporters have found this interview to be very helpful as they consider why and how to vote. Click here to listen.

NOTE: Beginning this election cycle, we are making some exciting changes and improvements in how we are providing voter education information. To learn more, please read Voter Guides, Score Cards & Endorsements: Our new strategy to educate voters and hold legislators accountable by FFA President John Stemberger.

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Below are explanations of the above products, their inclusions and limitations:

Printable PDF Voter Guide by Florida Family Policy Council
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Churches, other groups and individuals can download and print copies of this 501(c)3 compatible guide for distribution in churches and non-profits.

Interactive Voter Guide  by iVoter Guide 
header-iVoterGuide-logoIn addition to the PDF 501(c)3 compatible voter guide above, a new, interactive, and more extensive online 501(c)4 voter guide will provide you with much more detailed information on state legislative and congressional races, as well as “rating” or “scoring” state and federal candidates on a range from “very liberal to very conservative.” With this online voter guide, you will be provided with a personalized ballot featuring only the information for candidates and races you will be voting on in the upcoming election, simply by entering your address. Click HERE to access this resource.

Note: This personalized online voter guide does not yet have the capacity to list every local city and county candidate’s information, but that is a feature we believe we will be able to provide in the future.

Judicial Voter Guide by Florida Family Policy Council
FFPC New Logo-FamilyFor 11 years FFPC has produced one of the only truly comprehensive Judicial Voter Guides anywhere in the state by any organization. This product gives you all the information available on judges up for election to County Court, Circuit Court, Court of Appeals and the Florida Supreme Court. This extensive online grid direct you to additional websites, questionnaires and information to provide comprehensive information on the judicial candidates.

Legislative Scorecard by Florida Family Action

Legislative Scorecard Front PageThis year, we have published our first ever Legislative Scorecard and plan to continue to publish this resource annually. Our Legislative Scorecard gives every current state legislator a numeric grade (0%-100%) and corresponding letter grade (A-F) based upon their voting record on our issues during the 2015 and 2016 legislative sessions. Click HERE to see how your legislator scored!

Local Voter Guides
Below are local county voter guide resources created by local activists. We do not endorse or guarantee the accuracy or legality of these voter guides. We are providing these guides for informational purposes only.

Lake County Voter Guide (Florida Votes Values)
Okaloosa County Voter Guide (Florida Votes Values)
St. Lucie County Voter Guide (Florida Votes Values)
Sumter County Voter Guide (Florida Votes Values)
Walton County Voter Guide (Florida Votes Values)