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Update Now Is the Time: VOTE 

Now is the time to exercise a fundamental benefit of our citizenship: VOTE in this election.

FCNL in the News Interview on the Importance of the Millennial Vote (in Farsi) 

FCNL's Yasmine Taeb addresses the importance of the millennial vote.

Advocacy Resource Love Thy Neighbor 

No Exceptions

Our country is struggling with deep divisions. Amid the blame of and attack on those who are different - in political views, race, religion, country of origin, or sexual orientation - it becomes even more urgent to highlight the value we place in one another. FCNL's #LoveThyNeighbor (No Exceptions) campaign seeks to shift the narrative.

Background The Possibilities 

We recognize that building peace and countering injustice require systemic change as well as personal change. This change requires us to be directly involved as constituents. It requires us to evaluate the candidates and vote for the people we believe are best qualified to lead our country and to govern fairly—even if those candidates don’t represent us on every issue.

Update Money in Politics: What's FCNL Doing About It? 

I’m writing this just after seeing a nicely raucous parade of protesters pass by FCNL on their way to the Capitol, shouting, “Money Out of Politics! Money Out of Politics!” You might see them on the news and wonder: What’s FCNL doing about this?

Advocacy Resource Civil Dialogue in an Election Year 

Engaging with Candidates

Engaging with candidates is an important part of relationship-building, a theme that carries through much of FCNL’s advocacy work. Candidates running for state office or Congress can be particularly accessible to their potential constituents.

Background Six Steps to Rebuild Faith in Democracy 

Here are six steps the federal government could take to restore trust in the political process. Please encourage your members of Congress and the Administration to support them.

Background The Supreme Court and Good Government 

The Senate has a job to do, and so does the president. The death of Associate Justice Antonin Scalia sets the constitutional process in motion for the president to nominate a new Supreme Court justice — and for the Senate to provide "advice and consent" on the nomination.

Update Your Advocacy Influences Congress 

Over and over again, members of Congress say that what people in their state or district want them to do is front and center to their decision-making. When staffers in 450 congressional offices were asked about the most effective lobbying strategies, overwhelmingly they identified constituent visits.

Background Voting & Elections 

What does it mean to be an active participant in our democracy?

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