Vote Common Good


This fall, you can actively spread good in your local voting booth, both by casting your ballot and encouraging others to do the same.

Your vote is a private action of conscience. 

Many of us are considering our vote a direct act of faith to help and support those to whom this current Congress and presidency are a threat and causing real harm.

No matter who you are or what you believe, we encourage you to consider your faith, your values, and your community as you vote this fall. 

Take action for the common good by voting for candidates who have integrity and character and representatives who can help Congress keep our current president from doing harm. 

We want to uplift the voters and the leaders who recognize the sovereignty of spirit in each and every human being and who understand that religion calls us to be more than a voting block. It calls us to walk humbly, love mercy, and to act justly. 

This fall it’s time to put our faith into public action like we have never done before. For some of us, it will mean a bold step of voting differently than we have ever before.

And for some us, it will mean getting involved with politics, regularly and deeply, as we together learn to live up to our ideals.

Read about Vote Common Good in the New York Times


Poor People's Campaign:
A National Call for Moral Revival


The Poor People’s Campaign: A National Call for Moral Revival is uniting tens of thousands of people across the country to challenge the evils of systemic racism, poverty, the war economy, ecological devastation, and the nation’s distorted morality. We need you to step up and join our efforts.

Transform Network has signed on as an endorser and partner in the Poor People's Campaign: A National Call for Moral Revival. We are joining with efforts across the country to mobilize thousands of people to mass civil disobedience (May 13-June 21).

Add your name now if you’re ready to join our movement to transform the political, economic and moral structures of our country.