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10/27/2006 5:08:12 PM
Home School Legal Defense Association
Arizona -- Your Vote Crucial in Preserving Homeschool Freedom

From the HSLDA E-lert Service...
Arizona -- Your Vote Crucial in Preserving Homeschool Freedom

Dear Arizona HSLDA members and friends,

Election time is fast approaching. This November 7th many state and
federal officials are up for re-election.

Who is elected will determine what freedoms you will keep and what
freedoms you will lose.

Exercising your right to vote is crucial. The voter guide described
below will help you make informed decisions as you cast your vote.

Remember statistics show approximately only 50% of eligible adults
actually register to vote. In any given election only about 50% of
registered voters vote (that is 25% of adults)!

That means only takes about 13% of adults to elect any given
candidate. Your vote does count!


To view the online version of the Center for Arizona Policy's
nonpartisan 2006 General Election Voter's Guides go to: . Simply follow the
instructions and you will be able to personalize your voter's guide
and be informed about your local candidates.

You can also download the Center for Arizona Policy's entire 2006
Voter's Guide at: .

If you have not yet used a voter's guide, you'll be pleased with how
easy it is to decide who to vote for by answering the same questions
submitted to the candidates and comparing your answers to theirs.

The Center for Arizona Policy's 2006 General Election Voter's Guide is
nonpartisan and legal for distribution at your church, civic club,
etc. .

Please help spread the word about this important resource for
responsible citizenship! Forward this message to your family and
friends in Arizona so they can also order this valuable resource.

A couple of things to keep in mind:

* For a legal perspective on what activities churches and pastors are
allowed to take part in, check out these resources prepared by
James Bopp: Do's and Don'ts for Political Activities of Pastors
and Guidelines for Political Activities by Churches and Pastors.

* Arizona requires everyone voting in the 2006 General Election to
show proof of identity at the polling place before being able to cast
a ballot. Each voter must present one form of identification that
bears their name, address, and photograph of or two different forms of
identification that bear their name and address. For more information
about these requirements see: .

The general election ballot on November 7, 2006, will include a very
important proposed amendment to the Arizona Constitution. In
Proposition 107 voters are asked to approve a constitutional amendment
to recognize and define marriage only as a union between one man and
one woman. Under Proposition 107 no other union would be valid and no
legal status for unmarried persons shall be created or recognized by

To view the text of the proposed constitutional amendment and see more
reasons to support the amendment, please go to: .

For more information about the 2006 Arizona General Elections go to: or contact the Elections Division of
the Secretary of State at: (602) 542-8683.

Thanks for caring!


Thomas J. Schmidt
Staff Attorney
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