We offer resources to help Catholic voters educate themselves before elections and understand the Church's position on key issues.
"Catholic voters are called to properly form their consciences in preparation for voting and for the continued advocacy for just laws and policies required after voting. This process should focus on moral principles, the defense of life, the needs of the weak, and the pursuit of the common good. It requires constant prayer, understanding of Church teaching, and discernment that goes beyond campaign rhetoric and partisan politics."—Catholic Conference of Ohio
The resources listed below are not intended to tell a person how to vote, but rather to help Catholic voters educate themselves before elections take place.
Find more information about voting, candidates, the election calendar, absentee voting and election results using the links below.
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