ACC 2016 Primary Election Voter’s Guide Online Now!

//ACC 2016 Primary Election Voter’s Guide Online Now!

ACC 2016 Primary Election Voter’s Guide Online Now!

In order to better educate voters the Arizona Catholic Conference (ACC) has just released its 2016 Voter’s Guide for the upcoming Primary Election.

The ACC Voter’s Guide is meant solely to provide an important educational tool containing unbiased information on the upcoming elections. Included on the ACC Voter’s Guide are races covering the U.S. Senate, U.S. House of Representatives, Corporation Commission, and the Arizona Senate and Arizona House of Representatives.

Pursuant to Internal Revenue Service requirements for churches and nonprofit organizations, this document does not endorse candidates or indicate our support or opposition to the questions. The ACC Voter’s Guide, however, is an excellent source of information on the candidate’s positions on important issues and it may be reproduced and distributed in your churches.

Early voting for the August 30th Primary Election begins today! Please remember to check the ACC Voter’s Guide before casting your vote.

Thank you!

Please feel free to forward this message and encourage the people you know to sign up for these free updates so that we can continue to expand our influence on matters of importance to the Catholic Church.

By | 2016-08-03T11:52:38+00:00 August 3rd, 2016|News Releases and Statements|Comments Off on ACC 2016 Primary Election Voter’s Guide Online Now!

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