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Why Loving Our Neighbors Includes Voting Down Ballot

Kevin R. den Dulk

Kevin R. den Dulk
October 26, 2016

As Christian citizens, we must embrace the special challenges of how to vote “down ballot.”

Gerrit DeVries
October 26, 2016

I wholeheartedly agree. I am a County Councilman in Indiana. Voters have very little clue as to what we do, yet we hold the power to make quite a difference in their pocketbooks when it comes to income tax and benefits. We are not seen or heard on any TV stations and not many subscribe to or read the local papers. It's just how the system and apathy works.

Aaron Childress
October 26, 2016

As obscure and unrelated as it may be, while on point and vital to many aspects of spiritual and social strength I found quite apropos the duty statement described in said article to be almost exactly contrary to what's being dealt with here in California... comical even that water storage and drainage and the like are what would be typical any other decade but today it's being levvied and voted and sold away, there aren't water ways any longer, maybe a short time once during the year. Unfortunately we are dealing with and suffering under an environment and governments that have been handed to us, as is. It will be up to us and future generations to clear the path and begin with something that works without depleting given resources. The credit/debt system has completely bankrupted us of any worth or ability to move forward with a working solution. The big problem is that it has spread across the globe and infected many with a necessity for more, which will take a world war or the Lord's return to eradicate it and cure such an issue, which in all reality is an issue of the heart. God help us.

Doug Vande Griend
October 26, 2016

Great article. And sadly, so true in points made.

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