What does the public record say about the presidential candidates’ positions on issues of interest to Catholics?
What are the views of local candidates for the state legislature and U.S. Congress, in their own words?
Before the election Nov. 6, learn all about the candidates vying for your vote plus other important information in the Voters Resources Guide 2012, prepared by the Archdiocese of Philadelphia and the Pennsylvania Catholic Conference.
On the cusp of the election, Pennsylvania’s Catholic Bishops have issued a statement on the gravity of the issues and the importance of voting in the election. See the statement here.
Take time to form your conscience, then vote on Election Day.
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