There is no question that the elections tomorrow holds epic importance in our personal and collective lives. I am so deeply grateful for everyone who has registered voters, canvassed, phone banked, provided election protection, prevented voter fraud, offered rides, and cooked meals and provided childcare to support such events. I have personally seen so many of you doing this work. Thank you!
If you do not yet have a plan to vote, please take a moment and talk it through with someone in your life.
If you have any questions about your eligibility, Identification or polling location, here is a number to call: 878-777-3861.
And here is a prayer for voting, which you can carry with you into the "booth" - because participating in democracy is a right and a privilege, and also a sacred responsibility.
May our votes move us closer to Micah's prophetic vision of a world grounded in justice, compassion and humility.
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