Skip to comments.PA Catholic Conference of Bishops Voters Guide
Posted on 10/11/2004 3:38:20 PM PDT by old and tired
The voters guide for the presidential race is here.
thanks, here is another guide I was just going to post, you saved me some time.
HERE'S YOUR VOTER GUIDE FOR THE PENNSYLVANIA SENATE RACE
A new voter guide for the Pennsylvania Senate Race is now at your fingertips.
Click here to see and print your voter guide
The guide was prepared by Janet Folger (Faith2Action) with editorial assistance from Chuck Donovan (the Democracy in America Project). The guides are nonpartisan and multi-issue. The law firm of Webster, Chamberlain and Bean in Washington, DC has reviewed them and they are compatible with IRS Guidelines for Section 501-C3 organizations (public charities.)
Though the guides bear the logo of Faith2Action, they are not copyrighted, and Janet has given permission for other organizations to add their logo to the guides if you prefer to do so. We appreciate all the work that Janet, Chuck and Chip Watkins did to make sure these voter guides are informative and acceptable to legal standards.
Please, print copies and distribute to everyone, then forward this email to everyone on your email list.
Click here to get your voter guide! http://www.f2a.org/voterguides/F2APennsylvaniaSenate2004.pdf
Donald E. Wildmon, Founder and Chairman
American Family Association
P.S. Please forward this email to at least one friend.
Great - but I'm from CT.
Hey! Has anyone seen a PDF link for the "Voter's Guide for Serious Catholics". I submitted a request for a printed on TWO WEEKS ago and nothing has come. I have not seen a PDF file that I can cleanly printout and distribute.
I pinged everyone to the Voter guide listed on top and threw in the other stuff for PA residents. The guide old and tired posted is a bush-kerry guide and can be used anywhere.
That's true. But sometimes pastors can be difficult. In PA this guide shouldn't be a problem with any pastor.
George, there is a woman a parish over from me who cut and pasted the Catholic Answers document into a Word file. She said it took her all of ten minutes. She preferred it because her pastor let her put a little pull quote with the 5 non-negotiables right at the top.
The PA voters guide linked to here has the web address you are looking for for the Voter's Guide for Serious Catholics.
This is the guide. I don't know how it looks when printed.