• We believe we vote

    Spokane County 2014 Election Results

    We had an 86% success rate for candidates with our 4+ star recommendation! 56% of the Spokane electorate mailed in their ballots. U.S. Representative Cathy McMorris Rodgers Assessor Vicki Horton Auditor Vicki Dalton Clerk Tim Fitzgerald Commissioner Dist… Read More

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    2014 Voter Recommendations

    Please join our mailing list or check back for 2015 Voter Recommendations. To download these 2014 voter recommendations as a PDF click here: 2014_General_Recommendations_-final  

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    Church bulletin announcement

    Thank you for your willingness to speak to your congregation about this important information. We understand that you are challenged by rules and regulations, so to put your mind at ease we have met with lawyers regarding the… Read More

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    Guiding Principles for 5-Star Ratings

    These are the guiding principles that determine a 5-star recommendation for candidates who demonstrate: 1. Respect for the Constitution • God established civil government for our benefit, in order to restrain evil and promote good. • The right… Read More

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Our Mission

Using Biblical and traditional values, We Believe We Vote offers informed voter recommendations to the Spokane community for the primary and general elections.

Proverb 29:2 “When the righteous increase, the people rejoice, but when a wicked man rules people groan.”

Our purpose is to have a positive influence on the local elections for the glory of God and the benefit of our community.

Vote your values

Peggy shares why it’s so important for believers to vote their values.

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About We Believe We Vote

John discusses We Believe We Vote.

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Voting is crucial to the business community

Perry discusses why business leaders need to make voting a priority for future growth.

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