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National Faith Leaders Release Voter Reflection Guide to Educate Faithful Voters in the 2020 Election


June 29, 2020


Michelle Nealy, mnealy@faithinpubliclife.org, (202) 735-7123
Austin Schuler, aschuler@faithinpubliclife.org, (540) 280-3393
Susan Stephenson, susan@interfaithpowerandlight.org, (510) 484-7198

National Faith Leaders Release Voter Reflection Guide to Educate Faithful Voters in the 2020 Election

Washington, D.C. — On Tuesday, June 30 at 1 p.m. EDT, Faith in Public Life and Interfaith Power & Light will release a voter reflection guide endorsed by prominent national faith groups and religious leaders. The guide, Democracy, Values & the 2020 Election, addresses urgent issues in the election, including voting rights, climate change, systemic racism in the criminal justice system, healthcare and immigration. The guide, which will be distributed across the country for discussion in diverse faith communities, includes topics for reflection and sample questions to ask candidates. 

Faith leaders will brief reporters on the guide and on 2020 mobilization efforts during an online press conference. The guide has been endorsed by leaders at the National Council of Churches, NETWORK Lobby for Catholic Social Justice, Vote Common Good and other organizations at the national and state level.

To download a copy of the guide, click here

What: Teleconference with faith leaders to discuss release of national voter reflection guide.


June 30 at 1 p.m. EDT


Register via Zoom 


Rev. Jennifer Butler, CEO, Faith in Public Life

Rev. Susan Hendershot,  President, Interfaith Power & Light

Sr. Simone Campbell SSS, Executive Director, NETWORK Lobby for Catholic Social Justice

Rev. Dr. Ambrose Carroll, Co-founder, Green the Church and Senior Pastor, Church by the Side of the Road in Berkeley, Calif.


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