Category Archives: Vote

How to fix Election Disenfranchisement in the U.S.A.

Recently I received a call from a political action group – which will remain unnamed – trying to allow anyone to vote in primary elections. I thought this was strange because from what I know, anyone over the age of 18, who’s a U.S.A. citizen, hasn’t been convicted of a felony, and who’s willing to […]


Wylie ISD May 12th, 2012 bond information

The Wylie ISD Board of Trustees unanimously approved a $21.1 million bond package to be voted on by residents in the May 12th, 2012 election. It calls for new construction and renovation at both high school campuses, including: At Wylie East: Finish out 2nd floor classrooms Additional career and technology classrooms Cafeteria expansion Band hall expansion Dressing […]


Texas candidate filing deadline approaching for 2012 elections

If you are considering running for an office in Texas that will be voted on as part of the November 2012 elections, the deadline for filing is quickly approaching. December 12th is the deadline, and many grassroots organizations are looking for common minded people to jump into the races. The Grassroots Texans Network recently sent […]


LDS Church reasserts it’s Political Neutrality while encouraging activism.

The First Presidency of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints recently issued a letter . . . encouraged Latter-day Saints to attend their local precinct caucus meetings. In doing so the Church has also reasserted it’s stance on being politically neutral: “The Church does not: Endorse, promote or oppose political parties, candidates or […]


The Clean Slate Amendment

Pursuant to Article V of the United States Constitution, stating: “. . . on the Application of the Legislatures of two thirds of the several States, shall call a Convention for proposing Amendments . . . by Conventions in three fourths thereof . . . of Ratification may be proposed . . . and that […]


My letter to Obama

Although I do worry about some of the things Obama has on his agenda, that most Democrats (who now have majority control of congress) will likely support, I actually have found myself felling better about him then Mr. McCain. I never liked McCain (even being a moderately-conservative republican-leaning voter) as a presidential Candidate and never […]


Who will I vote for?

A couple of weeks ago our bishop read a statement about voting in the upcoming elections.  It reiterated the neutrality of the church in regards to political parties, while urging everyone to “to register to vote, to study the issues and candidates carefully and prayerfully, and then to vote for and actively support those you believe will most nearly […]


Mormons & Catholics Vote

Mormons and Catholics tend to disagree on a number of basic doctrinal points, but we also agree on a lot of important issues. Take this video for example. It has a very good message that I can stand behind. – Posted by S.J. Hollist


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