The internet affords people the opportunity to make connections that otherwise would be difficult if not impossible. I recently “met” Deborah Ringhaver Lane, the President of “The Abigail Adams Project.” Please take time to read a little about her work in the conservative realm of politics and visit her site to learn more.
Abigail Adams had a profound impact on the founding and early days of our country. Although she was not formally educated, she made it her mission to inform herself using all the tools she could acquire. Despite being self educated, her opinions were insightful and highly valued by her husband, the second president of the United States, John Adams and her son, the sixth President, John Quincy Adams. Her spirit of intellectual curiosity inspires us today to become fully informed and engaged in the election process at all levels for the benefit of our country as well as ourselves.
The Abigail Adams Project (AAP) is a national non-partisan voter education effort that is designed to impact how candidates are elected. We provide voter guides across the United States of America that focus on the candidates’ views about their Constitutional roles and responsibilities related to their desired office. No party affiliations are listed on The Voter Guides. This way, voters are able to inform their choices based on the candidate’s positions rather than their party affiliation.
- Empower the electorate through education through non-partisan Voters Guides
- Produce and promote a climate of civically responsible citizens
- Create a demand by voters for elected or appointed officials in all branches of government to….
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