Kentucky Christian Voting Guide



Kentucky Christian Voting Guide 2014

Kentucky Pro Life and Christian Conservative Candidates

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Kentucky Senatorial Christian Candidates 2014

Mitch McConnell (R)
Alison Lundergan Grimes (D)
Robert Ransdell (Write -In)
David Patterson (Libertarian)
Mike Maggard (Write-In)
Shawna Sterling (Write-In)

Kentucky Congressional Candidates

District 1:
Ed Whitfield (R)
Charles Hatchett (D)

District 2:
Brett Guthrie (R)
Ron Leach (D)

District 3:
John Yarmuth (D)
Michael Macfarlane (R)
Gregory Puccetti (Independent)

District 4:
Thomas Massie (R)
Peter Newberry (D)

District 5:
Harold "Hal" Rogers (R)
Ken Stepp (D)

District 6:
Andy Barr (R)
Elisabeth Jensen (D)

Sen. Mitch McConnell
Party: Republican
Phone: 202-224-2541

‘In my home state of Kentucky, actuaries are predicting cost increases that could exceed 30 percent. Remember, the President said these costs would go down – that Obamacare was the ‘Affordable’ Care Act’.’

Aug 01 2013

WASHINGTON, D.C.U.S. Senate Republican Leader Mitch McConnell made the following remarks on the Senate floor in which he called for Senate passage of a House-passed bill delaying burdensome Obamacare mandates for everyone, not just businesses:

“Last month, the Administration announced it would delay Obamacare’s employer mandate on businesses. It’s not hard to see why.

“We keep reading about how businesses large and small will have little option but to cut employee hours and paychecks as Obamacare comes online. About how restaurants like White Castle are considering hiring only part-time workers moving forward. About how small businesses are citing Obamacare as a top worry.

“Now, I think there are a lot of members on this side who would question the legality of what the President did. But, with mid-term elections on the horizon, it’s no mystery why the Administration would want to delay the law for businesses. Considering how many jobs it’s likely to kill. How many paychecks it’s likely to slash.

“Here’s the thing though: Don’t families and individuals deserve the same kind of relief?

“I believe they do. I don’t believe it’s fair to give a break to business and leave Americans out in the cold.

“I mean, just recently, we learned that Ohioans buying health insurance next year can expect about a 40 percent premium increase. For Indianans, costs could rise by more than 70 percent. Some Georgians could face a nearly 200 percent premium spike.

“In my home state of Kentucky, actuaries are predicting cost increases that could exceed 30 percent.

“Remember, the President said costs would go down – that Obamacare was the ‘Affordable’ Care Act.

“And millions face the prospect of losing the insurance they like and want to keep.

“Which, again, is not what the President promised.

“That’s why I’ll be asking for the Senate to pass H.R. 2668 in just a moment. This legislation passed the House on a strong bipartisan vote – nearly two dozen Democrats supported it – and it would delay some of Obamacare’s most burdensome mandates for everyone.

“Shortly after its passage in the House, my colleagues and I called on Leader Reid to bring it to the floor for a vote. Those calls went unheeded. And, now, I’m disappointed to hear that some of my friends on the other side plan to object to this vote too. I don’t understand why they’d want to leave Americans out in the cold.

“I would note that members on this side are united in our belief that, at the very least, Americans deserve the same relief as businesses. So we’ll all be supporting this common-sense, bipartisan bill.

“But really, you’d think this would be a principle members in this body would support unanimously.

“I hope they will. I hope I’m proven wrong. But if not, we’ll look to put the whole Senate on record when we return in September.

“Because, the sooner we act to fully repeal this law, the more needless pain can be avoided for our country – and the sooner we can start working on the kind of common-sense, step-by-step, cost-lowering reforms that Americans can support.”


Sen. Rand Paul
Party: Republican
Phone: 202-224-4343

Dr. Rand Paul Introduces Medicare Reform Plan: The Congressional Health Care for Seniors Act

Aug 1, 2013

WASHINGTON, D.C. - Today, Sen. Rand Paul, M.D., introduced his Medicare Reform Plan, the Congressional Health Care for Seniors Act (CHCSA). This bill will not only fix the Medicare system in its entirety, it also saves taxpayers $1 trillion in the first 10 years. This plan will provide better health care benefits, choice, quality, and outcomes by enrolling all senior citizens into the same health care plan as Members of Congress and other federal employees.

"As a doctor, I have had firsthand experience with the vast problems facing health care in the United States. Medicare, as we know it, is broken and in desperate need of reform. It is indefinitely $43 trillion short and must be reformed now before it's too late. My plan fixes the Medicare system, and gives seniors access to the best health care plans enjoyed currently by Members of Congress and does so without breaking the bank," Dr. Paul said. "Seniors deserve to have a world-class health care system, and U.S. taxpayers deserve to have their hard-earned dollars put to better use, in a system that will not eventually bankrupt this country."


Encourage people in your church to vote. With poor participation in the voting process by the average member, the voice of Christian culture is not very strong. Need to encourage every one in your church to simply go vote. A simple way to do that is to place a short announcement in your church bulletin. People need to be encouraged to vote for governor, senator, congress in the upcoming congressional elections. Copy and send to your church secretary now.

Sample wording of Church Bulletin Announcement:

Go Vote Election Day
Remember to participate in the patriotic process of voting next Tuesday, __ date. Polls are open from _AM to _PM.

We will be voting to elect leaders to guide us and protect us. It only takes a few minutes to vote and express your moral values.

Remember to vote on Tuesday, __ date. Polls are open from _AM to _PM.

The young generation is looking to you to elect Godly leaders.


Kentucky Christian Candidates 2014

When we see the good that results from applying God's principles, and the horror that results from rejecting them, doesn't it seem cruel and irresponsible to keep Jesus teachings about truth, love and compassion to ourselves? At very least, we should vote to keep OUT of office those who attempt to oppose God's authority.

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