2016: Where We Stand

2016: Where We Stand

November 9, 2016 08:30 ET
Tony Perkins comes from FRC Action headquarters in Washington D.C. to discuss the election results for President-elect Donald Trump, as well as the GOP majority for the House and Senate. What role did evangelical Christian play in this historic upset? Brent Keilen, Director of FRC Action discusses the Values Bus Tour and the enormous effort to encourage values voters to participate in the presidential election. Analysis on the presidential, state, and local elections still in progress by: Congressman-elect Jim Banks New York Times bestselling author Scott Rasmussen FRC Director of State and Local Affairs Quena Gonzalez

Tony Perkins comes from FRC Action headquarters in Washington D.C. to discuss the election results for President-elect Donald Trump, as well as the GOP majority for the House and Senate.

What role did evangelical Christian play in this historic upset? Brent Keilen, Director of FRC Action discusses the Values Bus Tour and the enormous effort to encourage values voters to participate in the presidential election.

Analysis on the presidential, state, and local elections still in progress by:

Congressman-elect Jim Banks

New York Times bestselling author Scott Rasmussen

FRC Director of State and Local Affairs Quena Gonzalez 

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