Just One Vote

In 1776, Just One Vote resulted in the United States adopting the English language instead of German.

In 1800, Just One Vote elected Thomas Jefferson president of the United States following an electoral tie vote.

In 1824, Just One Vote elected John Quincy Adams president of the United States following an electoral tie vote.

In 1845, Just One Vote resulted in Texas becoming a state in the United States.

In 1993, Just One Vote resulted in the largest tax increase for American Citizens in United States history.

In 1995, Just One Vote resulted in the failure of the Balanced Budget Amendment in the United States Senate.

In 2000, Just One Vote in each precinct in Florida resulted in the election of George W. Bush, president of the United States

In 2018, Just One Vote could be your vote, a vote that makes the difference between victory and defeat.

…our VOTE is our ACT of delegating GOD’S authority to a fellow citizen to serve HIS designed purpose of earthly civil government.(Matt. 28:18, Romans 13:1-11)