Readers of California

Special: For Readers in California Only

Craig HueyCalifornia 4 Comments

Many of our readers live in California. If you do, I’d like to talk to you about your church or community group…

As you know, California has:

  • Created an economic climate causing businesses and people to leave
  • Passed more anti-family/anti-Christian legislation
  • Elected the most anti-Christian politicians
  • Elected judicial activists who oppose religious liberty

It’s worse than any other state in the union…

In fact, California is #1 nationwide in hostility to family values, business climate, affordability and retirement.

As we enter 2018, an important election is coming up. The June primary will soon be upon us, as we elect:

  • Governor and State Offices
  • S. Senator
  • Judges
  • Propositions

The only thing that can turn California around is informing and motivating voters to make a change.

In 2016, Shelly and I spoke to over 50,000 voters  in churches and clubs during the Election Forums. This year we want to make it well over 100,000 … plus over one million using our voter guides.

Here is what’s happening … and how you can help.

We’d like you to have us speak at your church or community group.

During the upcoming June primary, many fewer people vote than during the November election. One vote is worth about five – meaning your fellowship’s votes are more powerful.

During the primary, we’re able to have more influence to elect good candidates than during a general November election. The primary gives us the opportunity to elect candidates in June that reflect our values – candidates that may participate in the run-offs for the November election.

That’s why it’s so critical that we’re able to have an Election Forum at your church or community group this year.


The bookings have already begun for the April – June primary season.

I’d love to talk to you about it and answer any questions you might have.

This is about equipping you and your friends to vote consistently with your values.

My office phone is (310) 212-5727 (ask for Miko).

Or email me at

Comments 4

  1. It would be nice if you would contact cottonwood church in Cypress CA. They refuse to talk to their congregation about politics. They say it’s for them to pray and ask God for guidance. I know we should but shouldn’t we get informed by people who have knowledge and are educated on the issues ? Most people go off brochures they receive in the mail and listen to the media. Sandi

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