From the inception of Vote Common Good, our mission has been clear – to reach out to faith voters, and to encourage to rethink their vote and to support candidates and policies which represent Faith, Hope, and Love.
These past two years, we have had a specific goal: To move 5% of white Evangelical voters away from Trump and to Biden.
This 5% of voters represents millions of votes, more than enough to swing the election results from 2016 to 2020. Well, we are proud to announce that early results show us having met this goal!
According to early results from the New York Times, white Evangelical support for Trump shifted from 81% in 2016 to 76% in 2020. These numbers show a clear, measurable shift in this key demographic’s support for Donald Trump.
Although there is still quite a bit of work to be done to repudiate Trumpism, this shift is directly correlated to the (we believe impending) election of Joe Biden, and the defeat of Donald Trump at the ballot box.
Thank you so much for your support over the past 3 years, we are proud to have helped lead the efforts to reach faith voters with a message of change on Election Day.