YOUR Presidential IVOTERGUIDE – Take The Jeopardy Out of Voting!

Our partners at Heritage Alliance have taken the jeopardy out of voting by supplying conscientious, responsible voters like YOU with a comprehensive presidential VOTER GUIDE.

Simply click HERE to access your personalized voter guide to compare the presidential candidates before you vote in the Presidential Preference Primary on April 5, 2016.

Equipping Christians to Vote Wisely


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Heritage Alliance creates iVoterGuide with the goal of helping Christians vote wisely in state and national elections and is distributed through affiliated partners of iVoterGuide. These regional and national partners help make iVoterGuide free to the public and are listed at

iVoterGuide is a free service and can be located at For more information on Heritage Alliance and its influence on elections, visit

Appling: 2016 is a Critical Election Year

Wisconsin’s spring non-partisan elections are quickly approaching. Candidates for school boards, county boards, city councils, mayors, town and village boards, judges, and Wisconsin Supreme Court have until 5 p.m. on Tuesday, January 5, to register to run for these offices.  Any primaries would be held on Tuesday, February 16. The general election, along with Wisconsin’s presidential preference primary is Tuesday, April 5.

WFA president Julaine Appling states, “2016 is a critical election year. The local offices we elect in the spring are vitally important, and qualified Christians need to consider running for them in their communities. Training is available to help candidates conduct effective campaigns. Regarding the presidential primary, we strongly urge citizens to stay engaged and to seriously prepare to cast a knowledgeable vote.”

Click HERE to find helpful election resources.

Two Statewide Issues on April 7 Ballot: Know Before You Vote!

vote smartOn Tuesday April 7, Wisconsin will hold its spring nonpartisan general election. Early voting in the clerks offices is underway now through Friday April 3. Two statewide issues are on the ballot: a race for a seat on Wisconsin Supreme Court and a referendum that would change how Wisconsin selects a Chief Justice of the state Supreme Court.  Wisconsin Family Council has voter information on the two candidates and on the referendum.

To get our educational Voter Information Publication visit and click on the slide on the home page or call 888-378-7395 and request print copies. General voting information with sample ballots is available on our Election Central page HERE.  We urge all voters to get informed and then vote your values.



Governor                        US House of Representatives              State Senate               
Scott Walker                          Congressional District 5                           SD 9
                                                    F. James Sensenbrenner                        Devin LeMahieu
                                                Congressional District 6                         SD 25
                                                           Glenn Grothman                               Dane Deutsch


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Janel Brandtjen
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Mike Rohrkaste
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Jesse Kremer
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