Church Voter Registration Sunday
Did you know that 30 million eligible Christians did not vote in the last Presidential Election?
If every Bible-based church registers 40 new voters, we will have nearly 5 million new Christian voters next year and we will win the war to protect our religious freedom with the Lord's blessing!
If you have already conducted a voter registration, please click here to tell us the number of new voters you have registered.
Click on the picture below to download the Voter Registration Sunday poster and key facts about voter registration.
(This download my take a few minutes.)
- Decide on which Sunday to have a voter registration drive. Have it announced in your bulletin and from the pulpit one or more Sundays before the registration date.
- Designate a person to be your church Voter Registration Coordinator who will recruit a registrar to be available at the registration desk (if necessary). It is recommended that you have several people in your church become registrars.
- They are to make sure there are enough voter registration applications available each Sunday and placed with the registrar at your registration table. They should also place the voter registration poster which we have enclosed in a prominent place in the lobby of your church.
- The voter registration table should be available before and after each service that Sunday. It would be good to have black or blue ink pens at the table along with the voter registration applications.
- You can obtain Voter Registration Applications either at your County Clerk's office or on the internet by visiting: www.eac.gov/voter_resources/register_to_vote.aspx The Voter Registration Coordinator should check with the County Clerk's office and the Secretary of State regarding rules specific to voter registration in your state. Your Voter Registration Coordinator should be sure that all applications are completely filled out and should then deliver them to the County Clerk's office.
- We encourage people to register in person at your registration booth and not online if available so that you can keep an accurate record of newly registered voters at your church. Please go to our website www.1UnderGod.com under 'Church Voter Registration' and let us know that you have completed your church voter registration drive and the number of people who have been registered.
- In most states, picture IDs are required to register.
- Must be a U.S. Citizen
- Must be 18 years of age or older
- Must be registering to vote in the state where you officially live
- Must be of sound mind mentally
- Must not have been convicted of a felony resulting in limitations of your civil rights.
Who Can Register to Vote?