Christians comprise the largest potential voting bloc in Washington State. However, Christians also comprise the largest number of un-registered voters and comprise the largest numbers of people who while registered to vote, do not vote. In the primary elections this year, Christian voter turnout was about 25% from people in church.
These questions are for the general conservative Christian voter. I’m going to lay out a few questions that perplex me concerning my fellow evangelical voters. I am sharing these without the desire to provoke or pander, just curious about the thinking behind the dialogue. Wether or not one thinks these thoughts or positions are correct isn’t the point, they are currently part of many evangelical discussions as we approach the election. So to me, it seems there have been elephants in the room that are conveniently ignored in the debates and discussions around the political candidates. Does anyone else notice this?
"Nothing haunts us like the things we don’t say. -Mitch Albom