Christians if you do not vote it is your responsibility, you cannot blame God!!!

Christians if you do not vote you cannot blame God!!!

We are called to defend and teach the Gospel and Defend America and the Constitution.

There is an urgent need for our government to transform its belief.

We the people are the ones the local, state and federal governments represent.

According to data 83 percent of Americans identify themselves as Christians. The rise of the unaffiliated does not mean that Americans are becoming less religious, however, contrary to assumptions that most of the unaffiliated are atheists or agnostics, most described their religion “as nothing in particular.

More Americans believe in God than in angels, miracles, and even heaven. And while half attend worship services on a regular basis, a majority thinks religion plays too small a role in people’s lives today. Fully 92 percent of Americans say they believe in God, 85 percent in heaven and 82 percent in miracles.

The Core Jewish Population of the United States in 2010 was 5,275,000.

The estimated 5-7 million Muslims in the U.S. include both immigrants and those born in America (three-quarters of whom are African-Americans) .5%


The percentage of Mormons in the United States is 1.9%. (2008)

Just two weeks after a federal judge in Madison, Wis. ruled that the annual National Day of Prayer is unconstitutional, 92 percent of Americans told surveyors for the USA Today/Gallup poll that they believe in God and only 5 percent said they oppose the National Day of Prayer.

So why is it that a Christian, with a degree in education, should not have the support of the U.S. Popular vote?

If you have a Doctor degree in education and are a Christian, the country needs you to stand up and vote for Charles Frederick Tolbert EdD for United States of America Senate Florida 2016

Citizen for a Better America Party of Florida


Charles Frederick Tolbert (BS, M.Div., M.Ed..,

Ed.D., Retired MSGT.)

Write-in For US Senate Florida 2016

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