Category Archives: CatholicVote

Where the Iowa Senate Candidates Stand on the Issues

The Iowa Senate race between Joni Ernst (R) and Bruce Braley (D) is still too close to call. With less than 2 weeks left until the election – and early voting already happening in several states – the CV research team is working hard to educate Catholic voters on the issues. We only need 6 [...]

Where the Louisiana Senate Candidates Stand on the Issues

The CatholicVote.org Research Team has been hard at work this election season to ensure that Catholic voters across the country are well-informed when they reach the polls. For our friends in Louisiana, we have pored through the public statements and positions of Bill Cassidy, Rob Maness and Mary Landrieu on issues that matter to Catholics. We believe [...]

Where the Michigan Senate candidates stand on the issues

The Senate race in Michigan is still close.  Here at CV, our team has been watching Terri Lynn Land and Gary Peters so we can offer Catholic voters in Michigan a recommendation. Many issues are at stake in this election, and the Michigan race is crucial to get our country back on track. This flyer [...]

Where the South Dakota Senate candidates stand on the issues

Midterm elections can seem like inside baseball – fascinating for politicos, crucial for politicians, but just not as interesting as a presidential race to average voters. But not this year. In three weeks, we need to win 6 Senate seats to remove pro-abortion Harry Reid from control of the Senate. The stakes are high. In [...]

First Things First: Bishops Matter

A story: In 1865, the Missouri State Legislature required anyone who wanted to hold public office, teach in schools, or minister in a church to take an oath swearing that they had in no way helped the Confederate cause. They called it “the Iron Clad Oath,” for it effectively banned people who had so much [...]

Curing New Evangelization Fatigue

If there is any such thing as divine justice, the epitaph carved into my tombstone will read “Copywriter for the New Evangelization.” I’m only half-joking. Over the past decade, I’ve written more about the Church’s call to reignite the Catholic Faith in the West than I can even begin to recall. I’ve ghostwritten not one…not [...]


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