Speakers Set For West Virginia Pastors Briefing Scheduled For Friday Nov. 2 in Beckley

Critical Pre-Election Pastors Briefing

Presented By

The Family Policy Council of West Virginia & Family Research Council in D.C.

Inviting West Virginia Pastors and Lay Leaders

November 2nd in Beckley West Virginia
10:00 a.m. – 2:00 p.m

Hear speakers from D.C. and West Virginia will present critical insider data on local and national races.

Call 1-800-225-4008 or go to this site to register online: watchmenpastors.org/events


Expect both good and bad potential outcomes from this election, regardless, it WILL impact West Virginia Church operations.


Christians must shore up our legal protections against known credible threats to our rights of religious freedom in West Virginia. Come learn both good and bad potential outcomes that will impact West Virginia Church operations.


Did you know that an actual witch, a Wiccan witch is on the ballot Nov. 6th running for the West Virginia House of Delegates? Do you know who she is? Which party? Which race?


Check out some of these briefing topics below:

  • Likely points of attack against our churches and pastors
  • Proposed law changes
  • Detailed guides clarifying local candidates’ positions
  • Satan’s design to allow his agents to exploit vulnerabilities in traditional church operations.
  • There is currently an actual witch, a Wiccan witch on the ballot running for the West Virginia House of Delegates. Do you know who she is? Which party? Which race?
  • Free Lunch will be catered for all REGISTERED attendees. (Registered no-shows $25 Donation HERE)

Attend Friday Nov. 2nd from 10:00-2:00 and hear insider data so you may prepare your congregations for the voting booth.


Call 1-800-225-4008 or go to this site to register online: watchmenpastors.org/events


Update: Thanks to all the Pastors and support staff that turned out today.

Update: When Pastors Gather and Pray the World Is Changed

 

Come hear local West Virginia races at the Pastors Briefing:

Check out these samples below about U.S. Senate races:

Arizona

Arizona Action Alert Icon“Polls show Congresswomen Martha McSally and Kyrsten Sinema running a very close, tight race. The two typically are 2-3 points apart with a poll yesterday showing McSally starting to inch ahead. Kyrsten Sinema has carefully recast herself as a moderate, centrist Democrat. But those who know her past in Arizona know her as an avowed liberal, former member of the Green Party. McSally is the pro-life, pro-freedom, pro-security candidate. Turnout will make the difference.”- Cathi Herrod, President of Center for Arizona Policy.

Florida

Florida Action Alert Icon“Republican Governor Rick Scott is in a dead heat with US Senator Bill Nelson. We have a Florida Governor’s race with a dynamic socialist Black American named Andrew Gillum. He is driving turn out from the left which Nelson could benefit from. It is going to be a very close race.”- John Stemberger, President of Florida Family Policy Council.

Indiana

Indiana Action Alert Icon“In Indiana, the race between incumbent Democrat Joe Donnelly and Republican challenger Mike Braun is razor-close. The RealClearpolitics average is +2.5 points for Donnelly. He voted against Kavanaugh, however, which helps Braun find his base as a first-time statewide candidate. It is a toss-up, but the trend favors Braun in what is being called a knife fight.”- Curt Smith, President of Indiana Family Institute.

Missouri

Missouri Action Alert Icon“In a race that may decide who controls the Senate, Republican Attorney General Josh Hawley is challenging incumbent Democrat Claire McCaskill in Missouri. President Trump carried Missouri by a wide margin in 2016 and Hawley won his race for AG by even wider margins. Still, scandal in the governor’s office and Democratic anger is keeping this one close; every poll taken of the race shows a razor-thin contest. McCaskill voted against Justice Kavanaugh’s confirmation. It’s yet to be seen how that decision affects the race.”- Eric Teetsel, President of Family Policy Alliance of Kansas (closely following the race in his neighboring state).

Nevada

Nevada Action Alert Icon“As the only incumbent Republican Senator to be running in a state that Hilary Clinton won in 2016, Senator Dean Heller has been in the fight of his life this election cycle. It was just announced that his opponent raised nearly $7 million this last quarter and has close to $3 million left to spend with one month until Election Day. The Democrat Rosen is clearly the choice of socially progressive groups like Human Rights Campaign, Planned Parenthood and others.”- George Khalaf, President of Data Orbital, a political consulting and polling firm looking very closely at the race.

North Dakota

North Dakota Action Alert Icon“Our focus in North Dakota has clearly been on the race for U.S. Senate between Kevin Cramer and Heidi Heitkamp. Kevin is currently leading in the polls by about 10 percentage points, but multiple sources say that Heidi’s vote against the confirmation of Judge Brett Kavanaugh will most likely allow Kevin to pull even further ahead in a state that President Trump carried by 39 percentage points in 2016. Republican Kelly Armstrong’s bid to fill the U.S. House seat vacated by Cramer has also been very positive, where he holds a commanding lead of almost 20 percentage points over his Democratic rival Mac Schneider.”- Mark Jorritsma, President of Family Policy Alliance of North Dakota.

Tennessee

Tennessee Action Alert Icon“The U.S. Senate race to replace Bob Corker is the most important and closely watched statewide partisan election since 1994. Congresswoman Blackburn’s race against a former Democratic Governor has been nip and tuck, but it appears that the Judge Kavanaugh’s confirmation hearings have lit a fire under the Republican base who understand that what we just witnessed will define Washington if Chuck Schumer is put in charge of the Senate.”- David Fowler, President of Family Action Council of Tennessee.

West Virginia

West Virgina Action Alert Icon“Senator Joe Manchin is one of the best politicians in the U.S. Senate. His political persona is smooth during campaigns. He must be a smooth operator to keep West Virginians thinking he’s actually a conservative Democrat. When we urge a vote for Republican Attorney General Patrick Morrisey (his opponent), our office will get occasional chastisements from sheepish Republican voters. They are the ones who can’t bring themselves to ignore NBC’s version of Manchin as the great bi-partisan hero. The race is very close with the edge to Manchin. His TV ads claiming Morrisey will take away medicine from the THIRD of our citizens on Medicaid, are effective.”- Allen Whitt, President of Family Policy Council of West Virginia.

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