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Given the sheer gravity of the national election on Nov. 3 (between keeping a self-governing republic or ceding the nation over to communists in all but name) early voting is setting records all over the country.

Will Christians vote in large enough numbers to counteract “ballot harvesting,” mail-in balloting and other practices that make vote fraud easier?

Not if the Christian vote turns out. 

According to My Faith Votes, 90 million Christians in America are eligible to vote, but as many as 40 million don’t vote in presidential election cycles. Fifteen million are not even registered, the site reports. 

Meanwhile, President Trump’s third Supreme Court nominee, Amy Coney Barrett, made her Democrat interlocutors look foolish during her confirmation hearings last week. Will she be swiftly confirmed in the Senate or will the Democrats figure out a way to stop her?

Tim Wildmon is a national radio host and the author of many articles and two humor books.

As president of the American Family Association and American Family Radio, Tim heads national organizations founded by Don Wildmon, Tim’s father, who retired in 2010.  The group advocates biblical teaching on morality and values and redeeming the popular culture. 

Tim hosts a daily program on AFR’s more than 180 stations and also leads “Spiritual Heritage Tours” to Washington, D.C. and Mount Vernon that highlight the heavy influence of Christianity on U.S. history and the Founding Fathers. 

AFA has long been a leader in organizing boycotts of the sponsors of TV shows that have offensive material or companies that openly promote anti-family agendas. AFA is so effective, in fact, that the far-left Southern Poverty Law Center lists it as a “hate group” alongside other mainstream Christian organizations that promote family values.   

Tim has appeared many times on major television networks including the Fox News Channel and CNN. He has written for USA Today, Focus on the Family and several other national publications.

He is the author of the tongue-in-cheek humor books “I Wonder What Noah Did with the Woodpeckers: Tales from the Far Side of Christian Life,” and “My Life as a Half-Baked Christian: More Tales from the Far Side of Christian Life.”

Tim joined AFA in 1986. He has been married to his wife Alison since 1984, lives in Tupelo, Mississippi, and has three children and seven grandchildren. 

He is a graduate of Mississippi State University with a degree in journalism.

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