Value and Faith Voters Cannot Be Ignored and Expected to Vote for GOP Candidates

Since Ronald Reagan’s sweeping victory in the 1980 presidential election, conservatives and people of faith have been the largest and most reliable voting block for the Republican Party. The GOP’s longtime commitment to traditional values with a platform that doesn’t mind placing those values front and center has made it the natural political home for people of faith. In the last two elections however, faith voters haven’t voted for the Republican candidate in the numbers or percentages that were typical in prior election cycles. As a result, RNC Chairman Reince Priebus made a commitment last year not only engage non-traditional voters for our party, but also to re-engage our party’s base. In the Chairman’s words, “we can’t just parachute in …

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Video message from Faith Director Chad Connelly

This website is designed for faith voters like you. As the RNC’s Faith Engagement Director, Chad Connelly, describes GOPFaith.com is built to keep pro-faith voters up to date with how the Republican Party is fighting for religious freedom, learn how to register voters at your place of worship and mobilize them  on Election Day. We have a lot of work to do before Election Day, so we hope that you will watch the video and help us with our efforts to get more voters to vote for candidates who respect religious freedom. Thank you and God bless.

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Standing for our religious liberties

The first provision of the First Amendment to our Constitution concerns freedom of religion. It is indeed our “first freedom.” But that freedom is under assault today as never before in the history of our country, as liberal elites – whether in the bureaucracy or the judiciary – are steadily pushing the government to infringe on our religious liberties and demanding that religious Americans leave their faith at the door of their place of worship. Whether it’s the Hobby Lobby case or the actions taken against the Catholic Church’s Little Sisters of the Poor, we seem to see new examples every day that underline that trend. The government is trying to compel faith-related institutions, as well as believing individuals and …

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Help us build a movement!

Fellow Conservative, Will you help build an army of conservative pro-faith activists to make the difference in the coming elections? In just a few short months, Americans will go to the polls again and cast their ballots in one of the most important elections in our lifetime. And the outcome depends on what pro-family conservatives do between now and then. Everything is up for grabs… 435 U.S. House seats 36 U.S. Senate seats 36 governorships 89 state legislative chambers with over 6,000 seats Important pro-life legislation Protecting religious liberties Getting rid of ObamaCare And that’s just for starters. That’s why we launched the “GOP Faith” campaign. Our goal is to identify 100,000 pro-faith conservatives who will take the pledge to …

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RNC Joins the March for Life

In an unprecedented show of support for the pro-life cause, Chairman Reince Priebus delayed the start of the Republican National Committee’s annual winter meeting so that he and other members could join hundreds of thousands of others and participate in the 40th annual “March for Life” on the Mall in Washington, DC. The RNC even arranged for two chartered buses to carry members to and from the event. “I saw that there was a real interest among a significant portion of our members to attend and support the Rally for Life,” Chairman Priebus said. “This is a core principle of our party. It was natural for me to support our members and our principles.” In vivid contrast to the Democrat’s …

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