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November 02, 2006


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David Gafford

Henry, do you have any good suggestions on where we might find a good information source on the positions of the candidates for this upcoming election? Being new to the area, i'm not sure where to get my info...and there might be a few others out there with the same question. How do we get informed?

By the way, i'm thrilled that you approved that message. So many times I ask myself, "Who approved that?" It keeps me up at night.


David: Great question, but I'm afraid I can't help you. I don't know what voter's guides cover the broadest range of issues and are truly non-partisan. I'm sure there are some out there, but most that I've seen have a particular and somewhat narrow agenda that aligns with the Democratic or Republican party platforms. Nothing wrong with that, per se. But I'd rather not promote any of these particular party platforms in my position as a pastor. As an individual citizen, that's another matter.

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