Please vote on Election Day—Tuesday, November 8—whether at your local polling station or by absentee ballot.* Pro-Life issues, Religious Liberty, Marriage & Family values, the next Supreme Court justice and so much more is at stake! If you find it difficult to research the record of lesser-known candidates for local and state offices, Right to Life of Michigan (RLM) offers a non-partisan list of candidates with a pro-life endorsement for your consideration: https://rtl.org/. To confirm your specific polling location and to see if there will be any local issues on your ballot in addition to the candidates, please visit the Michigan Voter Information Center: www.michigan.gov/vote.
And please continue to fast and pray for our nation during this Marathon of Mercy (Oct. 1 – Nov. 20). On Election Day, Nov. 8, a period of Eucharistic Adoration will be offered at both St. Robert and Good Shephard Parishes for the good of our nation. Please see the bulletin for details. May God bless and protect us as one nation under God!
* – Citizens 60 years of age or older, physically unable to make it to the polls or away from home on Election Day may vote by absentee ballot before Election Day. Citizens must apply no later than 2pm on November 5 to their local clerk’s office. They may get an application from their clerk’s office or online at www.michigan.gov/vote. Once the application is processed and their ballot is mailed to them, voters have until 8pm on Election Day, Nov. 8, to send it back to their clerk’s office.