There is an article today in the New York Times about Vote Common Good, a group that I have co-founded and raised money for and am really, really excited about as we head toward what is the most important election of my lifetime, and I want you all to get involved!
Our message is simple. Vote Common Good wants to invite and help voters of faith, our brothers and sisters in so called “red districts,” to rise up and vote the heart of our shared faith—faith in our spiritual traditions, our country, and one another.
As co-Chair Doug Pagitt says “We think they are movable, in the privacy of the voting booth, they might do something.”
I think so too, and it’s going to take ALL OF US to spread the message that there is an alternative for those voters of faith who feel alienated and abandoned by the Trumped Republican Party.
We have a chance to take back our country this November 6th, and I am doing everything I can to ensure that I don’t have any regrets on the morning of November 7th. Will you?