Friday, August 13, 2010

Be Discerning. Be Active. VOTE

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Discerning. Be Active. VOTE

Washington State Primary ballots have been out for sometime and many have already voted. For those who have not done so yet, please do.

The deadline is next Tuesday, the 17th. Please be sure your ballot is in by Tuesday.

I suggest you also encourage others at church and elsewhere this weekend to get their ballots in as well.

Be discerning. As we have come to expect, there is in-fighting and accusations being made within the religious, conservative camp regarding certain candidates in this primary election.

Faith and Freedom has not become involved in any of the conflicts between the parties. We are simply encouraging everyone to vote and to be as informed as possible. And to be discerning.

May God direct us in these important matters.

Have a great weekend.



Gary Randall
Faith and Freedom

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  1. I appreciate that you have stayed out of the in-fighting between Fuiten and the Didier campaign. When three qualified people are running for the same office, it is better for someone like your self to encourage people to be informed and "discerning". God bless you, Gary

  2. Why is Joe Fuiten taking on Clint Didier? I voted for Rossi, but I wish he would direct his attacks at Murray, not other Republicans.

  3. Gary I think your position of not endorsing any of the three candidates for US Senate is wise under the circumstances. All three represent the values you advocate, so the choice is who can win in November? Who is to say that Rossi can compete stronger than Didier against Murray. I voted for Akers.

  4. I saw Fuiten's attack on Didier this morning. Will it ever end? Keep up the good work Gary, we support you.

  5. I'm praying that we can come together in the general election. We need wisdom and discernment, not fighting. God bless you Gary and Faith and Freedom.


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