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Bread activists at Lobby Day. Photo: Laura Pohl / Bread for the World

Tell Us About Your Experience Voting to End Hunger

 

Tell Us About Your Experience

If you want to tell us about your experience with voting to end hunger, you can report it through this form. This form is for reporting only on your participation in the campaign. Bread for the World will keep your name and address confidential.

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Question - Required - Did you meet with a campaign staffer, chief of staff, or directly with candidate? (Select all that apply.)

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Question - Required - Did you ask, "What will you do to end hunger, alleviate poverty, and create opportunity in the U.S. and worldwide?"


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(Maximum response 255 chars, approx. 5 rows of text)

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Question - Required - Did you ask, "How will you publicize it? Website, campaign materials, etc.?"


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Question - Required - Did you ask for a commitment to meet within 30 days after the election?


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(Maximum response 255 chars, approx. 5 rows of text)

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Question - Required - Did you publicize your meeting with the campaign on social media, a letter to the editor, etc.?


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Do elections matter?

Elections matter, especially to people of faith. Bread for the World, along with partner organizations, wants ending hunger and poverty to be a high priority for our next president and Congress.

Our Christian faith compels us to elect wise leaders who uphold justice and the common good, especially for people who are poor and needy (Psalm 72:12-14). The Bible underscores the need for good governance and for leaders who govern impartially (Leviticus 19:15; James 2:2-4).