Messaging guidance for responses to post-Election Day interference and disinformation, to ensure that the will of the people is officially certified and duly elected leaders take office in 2023. You can use these messages word-for-word, or as inspiration for your own messages.
Best practices and messaging approaches for responding to incidents of political violence and intimidation in the days before and immediately after the election. The guidance in this document is meant to inform your approach across a range of settings and situations.
Misinformation and disinformation pose a threat to free and fair elections by sowing confusion about how to vote and disseminating conspiracy theories and false claims about candidates. Fortunately, faith leaders are effective messengers against deception and confusion. Unlike politicians or media, faith leaders have moral credibility and a deep understanding of their communities.
Values-based narrative framework for public remarks, written materials such as op-eds, sermons and congregational resources, as well as media interview preparation. You can use it to help shape your own messages, and use passages verbatim.
From Muslim communities in Rwanda to diverse interfaith coalitions in Charlottesville, we have seen time and time again that preparation and organizing make the difference between life and death. That’s why Faith in Public Life has created this resource for you. It is intended as an on-the-shelf crisis preparation and response plan tailored to your local context.