Basket of Undecided Voters

It’s the final week of voting.  If your presidential candidate isn’t on the ballot, we hope you will vote in this election.

Here are a few questions you might ask yourself  before you vote. We hope they will help you decide who should be in the Oval Office, Congress and other public offices.

  1. If Hillary Clinton  and Donald Trump applied for a job at your business or university, who would you hire?   For example, you have an unpaid or paid internship or customer service position to fill.
  2. If you have a resume, find out who was U.S. president while you were employed in a job in your career field or while you were looking for a job in your career field.
  3. Are you making more money today than 4 years ago?
  4. Is your neighborhood safer today than 4 years ago?
  5. If you lost your home or your job in 2008, where are you living now? Do you have a better home or job now?
  6. If you feel you voted for the wrong candidate or if there was a mistake with your ballot, pray and ask God and election officials to make things acceptable and right.
  7. Who would God vote for and bless in this election?   Proverbs 8:11-17 NKJV
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