Sample Ballot for Washington County – Republican Primary District 2 – June 28 2016

If you want to pull down your own sample ballot and if you live in a different area here is an online election tool for Oklahoma.  You can also locate your polling place with the online election tool.

June 28 Statewide Primary Election (7A-7P at your polling place) Vote button
Last day to register to vote: June 3
Deadline to request absentee ballot: 5 p.m. June 22
Early voting: Thursday, June 23, 8 AM – 6 PM
Friday, June 24, 8 AM – 6 PM
Saturday, June 25, 9 AM – 2 PM

More election date info here >>>

Here is the sample ballot for the Republican Primary for Washington County District 2 which will occur on June 28, 2016:

Finding Gems & Sharing Them – Republican Primary Sample Ballot for Washington County District 2 – June 28 2016

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Vote Today and Say NO to any more debt!

Say No to any more debt (or bonded indebtedness).  Your property taxes are going up now because of earlier debt you agreed to.  We as a community need to learn to live within our means.  We need to be a community that can thrive in difficult times as other cities fail under the weight of crushing debt.  Please do not enslave your children to pay for things you cannot afford with current revenue streams in your household or your church or your community.

Remember to vote today and please say NO to any more debt!

Cameras are everywhere these days, but the real reason we should be careful what we say and think and do is because our heavenly Father is watching and cares. 

He has warned us about consequences for bad behavior. The consequences are not to punish us but because that is the way it is in His Creation. He told us in His Word because He loves us and wants us to know! 

Owe no man anything save love only! Now you have been warned. Debt is bad for you and for a city and for a nation.  (my facebook status  June 26, 2012)

Posted by Sandra Crosnoe for Finding Gems & Sharing Them

Christianity Today: Interview with Ron Paul on Hot Topics facing Christians and Moral Values

Q & A: Ron Paul on Leaving the Episcopal Church, and Whether to Legislate Abortion, Narcotics, & Same-Sex Marriage
The congressman who won the Values Voters Summit straw poll tells CT that he believes marriage is a sacrament but laws cannot change morality.
Interview by Sarah Pulliam Bailey in Washington, D.C. | posted 10/10/2011 10:09AM

Texas Rep. Ron Paul won a straw poll at the Family Research Council’s Values Voters Summit on October 8, receiving 37 percent of the vote at the social conservative convention. Family Research Council President Tony Perkins downplayed the results some, saying that 600 people registered Saturday morning left after Paul spoke. “I think people are still in the process of deciding where they want to go,” Perkins told reporters. Herman Cain took 23 percent and former Sen. Rick Santorum took 16 percent. Texas Gov. Rick Perry and Minnesota Rep. Michele Bachmann won 8 percent while former Massachusetts Gov. Mitt Romney received 4 percent of the vote.

In his speech, Paul emphasized personal responsibility, using the example of Jesus’ response to prostitution. “He didn’t call for more laws. But he was very direct and thought that stoning was not the solution to the problem of prostitution,” he told the crowd. “So do laws take care of these things, or do we need a better understanding of our Christian values and our moral principles?” In an interview withChristianity Today following his speech, Paul explained why he doesn’t think the government can create morality.

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Posted by Sandra Crosnoe for Finding Gems & Sharing Them

Cross-posted with Constitutional Liberty Coalition and R3publicans

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