California Evangelicals Make Final Push For Larry Elder

Newsweek reports:

At evangelical churches across California, this Sunday’s services were no different than those taking place over the past few months when it comes to emphasizing the importance that congregants vote in the state’s upcoming recall election.

In the case of Tuesday’s special election, that means pastors not only preaching but also having ballots on hand and making pleas for members of their congregations to get out to vote in support of front-running Republican candidate Larry Elder.

Calvary Chapel Chino Hills Pastor Jack Hibbs reminded his congregation of 15,000 to turn in their ballots for collection and emphasized how crucial each and every individual’s vote was. Hibbs estimated that prior to Sunday’s service, his church—which has a large online and social media presence—had collected 20,000 ballots.

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