FRC Action


April 30, 2013 - Tuesday

Greetings from FRC Action!

We wanted to share the following information with you from our friends at Delaware Family Policy Council. If you have previously received this message, please simply disregard this second contact. We did, however, want to make certain that you, your friends, and your neighbors would be aware of this very critical information.

We encourage you to join Delaware Family Policy Council in making your voice heard today!

Tomorrow, May 1 at 2:30, there will be a public hearing on marriage in the Senate. We expect the Senate to vote on marriage the following day. Please make every effort to be present for the hearings and support the Senators who are standing with us. Stay tuned for details on the vote!

If you have not called your Senator, call now using our advocacy system. It's as easy as leaving a one-sentence note.

If you have already called your Senator, call the following three Senators. These Senators will determine whether or not marriage is redefined for all of Delaware. Please remember that they are genuinely trying to do the right thing, and that we want to keep communication lines open by showing respect and kindness.

Senator Cathy Cloutier (302) 744-4137

Senator Bethany Hall-Long (302) 744-4039

Senator Robert Marshall (302) 744-4180

Please tell these Senators:

"Although I might not be in in your district, the implications of your decision will reach much farther than your district. This decision will impact every public school, church, family, and business in Delaware. Please don't follow the Governor's lead by claiming to support religious liberty and simultaneously painting my family as being on the same level as a racist simply because we believe in marriage. We've already seen one example of a vitriolic attack on a church in Delaware, and this bill hasn't even passed yet!"

Thank you for standing with us and Delaware Family Policy Council to protect and defend Faith, Family, and Freedom!

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