In a few days you will be voting, not only for the next President, but
also for your next Representative. Many will be voting for their next
I am neither a Republican nor a Democrat. But I do recognize that
there are still differences between the two. I also recognize that,
regardless of what candidates of both parties say, when they get to
Washington their vote will fall along party lines about 98% of the
Some politicians of both parties are notorious for saying one thing at
home and voting differently in Washington. In fact, both the Senate
and the House have ways to make it appear that the members voted the
way folks back home wanted them to vote without affecting the outcome.
That means that we should seriously take into consideration the party
affiliation of the candidate. Why? Because when they get to Washington
they are expected to vote the way the party leaders want them to vote,
regardless of how folks back home feel.
Here are differences between the parties on two issues we consider
extremely important. Again, members can be expected to vote along
I strongly urge you to give this issue serious consideration when you
vote. And by all means go vote.
Feel free to forward this letter to others.
Donald E. Wildmon, Founder and Chairman
American Family Association