With our state leaders sequestered in Augusta and executing public hearings online, it is easier than ever for Maine’s citizens to leverage their voices in the legislative process. One would think with this ease of access that there would be a significant increase in participation, but we are hearing that fewer citizens are actually signing up to let their voices be heard.
Are Mainers apathetic about issues pertaining to parental rights, religious freedom, and the sanctity of human life? Do they feel their participation won’t make a difference? I don’t know the answer to these questions, but I do know this: we need you to leverage your voice, and doing so will make a difference.
Our legislators need to know Mainers oppose biological men being allowed in women’s shelters, the passage of the Equal Rights Amendment, vaccines being mandated without exception, and tax-funded abortion. Our leaders need to hear from citizens who support protecting women’s sports, providing dignified burials for aborted babies, and informing women pharmaceutical abortions can be reversed.
We need a group of people who are willing to step up and speak out when the opportunities arise during this session. We show you how to submit written testimony and/or how to testify online. Please email our Policy Director, Mike McClellan, and let him know you are available.
Those who contact Mike will be notified when key bills are scheduled for public hearings. As I said, we will provide the training and the talking points. Email Mike at firstname.lastname@example.org to learn how to be an effective advocate for truth and a steward of our God-given rights.
Even though we are facing restrictions due to the pandemic, we are still willing to serve your ministry by speaking in person or recording services for you. If you are interested in the League helping out with your pulpit needs, contact Carroll at email@example.com
April 18 – Lincoln Center Baptist Church, 517 Military Road, Lincoln
April 25 – Greenfield Baptist Church, Crocker Turn Rd, Greenbush