Civics  Team

Voter Guide and Registration

Every American has been given a civic responsibility to make their voice heard through voting. Throughout history Americans have paid the ultimate sacrifice to make sure the freedoms of this nation continue to be upheld. Voting is one of those many freedoms. The Village Church Civic Team would like to provide you information to guide you as you vote. This information will be based on a biblical worldview to allow you as the Christian voter to look at present day policies through the lens of scripture. This will be provided on the local, state and national levels.

Prepare to Vote

-Pray for our National, State and Local elections along with our elected officials.

-Make sure you are registered to vote.  
Register Here

-Review what will be on the ballot and do your homework on the issues and candidates ahead of time. 
Review Here

-Have a voting plan; such as where to vote, allotted time to vote before, during or after work, childcare if needed, etc.

-Plan to allow up to 2 hours or more to vote. Peak hours for voting are 7:00 a.m.-9:00 a.m. and 4:30 p.m.-7:00 p.m.

-If you are unable to vote on Election Day, Tuesday November 8th, early absentee voting can be done in person at county voter registration offices or request absentee mailing ballot.