From the HSLDA E-lert Service:


10/17/2008 4:13:19 PM
Home School Legal Defense Association
Oklahoma--Your Vote Crucial in Preserving Homeschool Freedom

From the HSLDA E-lert Service...

Oklahoma--Your Vote Crucial in Preserving Homeschool Freedom

Dear Oklahoma HSLDA Members and Friends,

Election time is fast approaching. This November 4 many state and
federal officials are up for re-election.

The winners of this coming election will play a big part in
determining what freedoms you will keep and what freedoms you will

Exercising your right to vote is crucial. The voter guides 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)! In primary elections
this number can even be smaller.

For most general elections that means it only takes about 13% of
adults to elect any given candidate. Your vote does count!


To find the Family Research Council's Election Guide for Oklahoma
containing information on candidates in your district please go to: .

Family Research Council is an organization dedicated to the promotion
of marriage and family and the sanctity of human life in national

To view FRC Action and Focus on the Family's Vote Scorecard please go
to: .

Focus on the Family's mission is to cooperate with the Holy Spirit in
sharing the Gospel of Jesus Christ with as many people as possible by
nurturing and defending the God-ordained institution of the family and
promoting biblical truths worldwide.

FRC Action is the legislative arm of the Family Research Council.

To find additional information about local candidates in Oklahoma go
to Project Vote Smart at: and
insert your ZIP code.

Early voting in Oklahoma begins on October 31 and will end on November
3. For more information about your local polling place or other
important information please go to: .

Please help spread the word about these resources for responsible
citizenship! Forward this message to your family and friends in
Oklahoma so they can also use this information.


Thomas J. Schmidt
HSLDA Staff Attorney

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