Episcopal bishop: Voting ‘important way for Christians’ to show values, priorities

Sep 18, 2020 | In the News, State Press Clips

Posted on Sep 18, 2020 by Ann Gerard Flynn, MASS Live

In an email this week to Episcopalians in his diocese, the Right Rev. Douglas Fisher, bishop of the Episcopal Diocese of Western Massachusetts, urged eligible voters to “ensure that they are registered and, if possible, to vote early (in person or by mail), thereby avoiding long lines at polling places.”

“The November election gives Americans a precious opportunity to support candidates and policies that will build up communities, protect public health, encourage racial and social justice, and restore the web of life,” said Fisher in an appeal that was signed by other diocesan leaders about the Nov. 3 presidential election. Read more here


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