Election Day: Please Go Vote

Don’t Forget to Vote Today!

Dear Friends and Neighbors,

Citizens across the state of Illinois will be casting their votes in today’s General Election. Pro-family candidates need your vote. Therefore, Values Voters must stand up and be counted. Our voice in this election – and in every election – is critical.  So, if you haven’t already voted in this election cycle, please make sure you get to the polls today!

The Candidates: IFA’s 2022 list of endorsed candidates and comparison memes provides valuable information about where candidates stand on issues related to sanctity of life, parental rights, school issues, and more. The most updated 2022 IFI General Election Voter Guide is HERE. The Spanish version is HERE. You will not find this information anywhere else!

Call your friends, family members, neighbors and remind them to vote. Take someone to the polls with you.


The so-called “Worker’s Rights” Amendment on the ballot will amend the Illinois Constitution by tremendously increasing the power of government public sector union bosses and increasing property taxes by an average of $2,100 per year. Click HERE,  HERE, HERE, HERE,  HERE to understand what it means for Illinois and why we urge a NO vote.


Please keep this election day in prayer – humbly asking our Heavenly Father’s blessings on those who are currently in leadership and for those who are seeking positions of leadership in the state, local, and national levels (1 Timothy 2:1-4). Pray that victorious candidates would honor and fear God, be men and women of integrity, and that they would love truth and justice.

Pray that Christians across the state would get out and vote wisely. Pray for integrity at the polls so that legitimate votes are not cancelled out by voter fraud. Pray for God’s will in this election, and His mercy on our state and nation.

The IFA list of endorsements can be found HERE.

If you have not already reviewed the IFI voter guide, please take a few minutes to study it before you vote.  You can download the Voter Guide HERE.

As you know the polls are open from 6 AM to 7 PM. In some parts of the state, the ballot may be very lengthy and lines may form quickly, so you may want to arrive at the polls earlier than you usually do.

Thank you in advance, and please encourage like-minded friends and family members to vote as well.

“Always vote for principle, though you may vote alone,

and you may cherish the sweetest reflection that your vote is never lost.”

~ President Abraham Lincoln

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