On Tuesday, November 3, voters across the nation will cast their ballots for President of the United States. Here in New York, voters will also cast ballots for U.S. House of Representatives, New York State Senate, New York State Assembly, and various local offices.

New Yorker’s Family Research Foundation is committed to providing Christians—and all other New York voters—with a free, nonpartisan resource that provides reliable information about candidates for office. That is why NYFRF has again produced its online Voter Guide, which is now available at NYVoterGuide.com. NYFRF’s Voter Guide offers information on the presidential election, New York’s 27 congressional elections, and New York’s 213 state legislative races. (For information on local-level races, please contact your county Board of Elections.) Because of the attention paid to the presidential race, many voters may not have had the chance to find out about candidates for other offices. NYFRF has made it easy for you to do so.

Additionally, we are making a print-version of the presidential voter guide available here. There are also promotional videos available in both English and Spanish. Other resources will be added to NYVoterGuide.com shortly.

Before you cast your votes on Election Day, please visit NYVoterGuide.com to find out the candidates’ positions on a range of important issues. Don’t just vote; be an informed voter, and vote for candidates who will defend life, family, and religious liberty. 

Also, if you find NYFRF’s Voter Guide helpful, please share information about it with your family, friends, and neighbors via e-mail and social media.