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November 2, 2020
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Many of us have already voted. My wife and I stood for over an hour in the rain to vote a week ago. That way if a truck ran over me before election day, I could join the other dead people who would be voting that day. I actually spoke to the President last Sunday and told him there was nothing he could say or do now that would cost him my vote.

How you vote is entirely YOUR business, but the impact of your vote will affect MY business and MY life and more importantly, the lives of my grandchildren. But it’s not just the election of the President that matters. Your local school board, your state legislature, your Governor, and your Congressmen and Senator are likely on the line as well. That will impact what textbooks your children will study and whether they are taught that America is an awful, racist country that breeds poverty, or whether it’s the greatest experiment in freedom and the free market in history and that it’s provided an imperfect, but steady climb for women, people of color, and people with disabilities to the highest attainment of any country in history.

If you haven’t voted yet, what will make you vote a certain way? Is it the personality of the candidates? What the media says? Or do you actually try to find out what candidates have done? Not said, but done. If you vote only for the nice smile or nice speech, but you might be voting for a wolf in sheep’s clothing. I’d rather have a sheep in wolf’s clothing!

Please don’t think your vote is worthless or doesn’t matter. It does. And if you don’t vote, you lose your right to complain about how things go in the coming years.

Who controls the Senate matters a lot. If you want to restructure the Supreme Court so more liberal justices can make up law, then vote for Democrats. But remember that liberals on the courts took prayer and Bible reading out of schools, made abortion so easy that it protects the abortion doctor, but not the innocent baby. They said states had to accept same-sex marriage, even when the citizens of states said they wanted to protect Biblical marriage. If your elected representatives want to do these things, that’s one thing, but the judicial branch shouldn’t be making law by legislating in black robes.

So if you haven’t yet voted, please do, but follow this advice:

You should genuinely PRAY about your vote. Then THINK about it by doing your homework. And then go and VOTE. And as part of doing your homework, I hope you will use Huck PAC's Election Day Pro-Life Voter Guide here:

ENDORSEMENTS

Huck PAC has endorsed an incredible 460+ pro-life candidates and donated $2.61 MILLION to candidates in 43 states.  That includes states you would expect like Florida, Georgia and Texas.  It also includes states you probably wouldn't expect, such as New Mexico, California, Connecticut, Maryland and New York.  We accomplished all of this with the help of over 90,000 donors who contributed what they could, when they could to a cause greater than each of us:  preserving the America we love. 

But regardless how the election turns out, God is bigger than any election, any person, any party, any policy, or even the press. Even if Christians get clobbered by politicians and we suffer for our stands, we should remember that “God has not given us a spirit of fear, but of love, power, and a sound mind.” And “greater is He that is in us than he who is in the world.” But let’s still PRAY, THINK, and VOTE!

Sincerely,

Mike Huckabee

P.S. Please forward these email to everyone you know, and then encourage them to PRAY, THINK, and VOTE!

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Not authorized by any candidate or candidate's committee.
www.Huckpac.com

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P.O. Box 2008
Little Rock, Arkansas 72203


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