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Letter FCNL Signs Letter Opposing Politicization of Places of Worship 

In response to policy proposals to undermine the Johnson Amendment, FCNL and nearly 100 other religious organizations sent a letter to Congressional leadership declaring that partisan politics have no place in our churches, temples, and meeting houses.

Legislative Ask Election Integrity 

Our democracy can live up to its potential only if it ensures open access to public office and electoral processes, curbs the influence of money and corporate power, safeguards the integrity of the voting process without raising unnecessary barriers and provides full participation for disenfranchised people.

Statement FCNL Concerned by Nomination of Jeff Sessions for Attorney General 

In a letter to the chair and ranking member of the Senate Judiciary Committee, FCNL expressed concern about Senator Sessions' nomination based on his past positions and statements on religious freedom and refugees, racial discrimination in the criminal justice and voting systems, and immigration.

Background Loving Our Neighbors Now 

The election revealed our pain and brokenness as a country. With so much division, hurt, and anger, it is difficult to look for that of God in each other. What does it mean to love our neighbors now?

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.

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