A Voter Resources Guide, From the Diocese of Lansing

On Tuesday, November 6, Michiganders will vote on critical statewide ballot proposals and political offices at the local, statewide, and national level. As Catholics are called to engage in the public realm, this website seeks to provide educational resources for voters.

In the election document Forming Consciences for Faithful Citizenship, the U.S. Catholic bishops call for Catholics to “see beyond party politics” and to “analyze campaign rhetoric critically.” Each Catholic voter is charged with the responsibility of choosing the candidate he or she will vote for, guided by Scripture and Catholic teaching through a well-formed conscience. The links below will not only provide information about who the candidates are but will also provide Catholic teaching and issues to consider before voters cast their ballots.





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