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14 days until Virginia Gubernatorial election

by | Oct 18, 2021

Youngkin and McAuliffe in virtual tie

BY Loretta Fleming

There are 14 days left until the 2021 Virginia elections!

It’s crunch time and that means is critical that everyone spread the word about who the candidates are and what they stand for. This is a call to all pro-life voters to get out there and vote AND encourage others to vote. Elections are the chance for Virginia voters to turn the tide on the radical pro-abortion wave that has hit Virginia over the past several years. 

There is a major difference between pro-abortion extremist Terry McAuliffe and pro-life Glenn Youngkin.  Make sure you, your family, and friends get educated before you vote.

All three statewide offices (Governor, Lt. Governor, Attorney General) and all 100 House of Delegate seats are on the ballot this year.  The control of each are critical to the direction Virginia will take in the future. This is why it’s important to know where the candidates stand and to work on influencing those around you before they vote.

To see where they stand, go to the VSHL website: vshl.org/2021-virginia-statewide-candidate-comparison.

A free, personalized pro-life voter guide based on where you live is available here: vshl.org/pro-life-voter-guide

Interested in Making a Difference?

We are requesting help from you to reach out to others and encourage them to vote. The 2021 elections are critical for the state of Virginia.

We have many spheres of influence and as citizens we can use our influence for the good, especially in our church communities. Our faith is not to be excluded from politics OR from our choice in civic leaders. It’s part of our responsibility, as church-going citizens, to encourage others to participate in this great freedom to elect our representatives. 

We are electing a Governor (pro-life Youngkin v. pro-abortion McAuliffe), Lt. Governor (pro-life Winsome E. Sears versus pro-abortion Hala Aylala), Attorney General (pro-life Jason Miyares versus pro-incumbent Mark Herring) as well as the entire House of Delegates. This is our opportunity to bring Virginia back to LIFE! This is the time to support voters in their desire to make a change in leadership, to pick leaders who will actually represent the people and not just claim public office in order to wield political power for personal gain.

Voting Information Reminder

September 17:  First day to vote early in person at your local Voter Registration Office or satellite voting location.  Find your local office at elections.virginia.gov/localVRO.

October 22 by 5 pm:  Last day to request that an absentee ballot be mailed to you.

October 30: Last day to vote early in person.

November 2: Election Day – polls open 6am to 7pm.

Find your polling place: elections.virginia.gov/VoterInformation;

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