Faith leaders across Georgia calling on officials to ensure voters are free from violence
WGXA in Georgia writes about a meeting Faith in Public Life held to encourage Georgia’s Secretary of State, George Raffensperger, to administer a free, fair and safe election.
Reverend Willy Wiley, Pastor of Vanderhorst Christian Methodist Episcopal Church, urged politicians and poll workers to protect people’s right to vote by doing the right thing and to recognize everyone has an opinion that may be different than others. He said, “In no way should we allow our own values to infringe on the rights of others to the extent that we want to keep them from exercising their right to vote or accessing any other service that’s available to the public.”
He ended his message with: Make it clean. Protect the people who have a right to vote just as you have.Read more from Rev. Wiley and others here.