November 4, 2020

Dear Friend,

While the final results of last night’s election may remain unknown for days or weeks, the results, have again shocked the mainstream media, pollsters, and Big Tech advocates who, for months, insisted that Joe Biden’s lead was insurmountable, and that conservatives stood no chance of prevailing.

We now know that many of polls were designed to influence, not measure, the outcome of national elections.

Louisiana Election Results

The results of Louisiana’s elections were positive. Amendment 1, the Love Life Amendment, passed with significant margins (more than 62%), setting up Louisiana to become the first Abortion-Free state upon the overturning of Roe v. Wade. Amendment 4, which would have capped government spending, unfortunately, was narrowly defeated and a measure allowing for sports betting was approved.

Unfortunately, the results of the sports betting proposition are not entirely surprising. Out of state conglomerates spent $1 million to convince a battered Louisiana that we can gamble our way out of financial woe. LFF opposes sports betting because it, like other forms of wagering, robs personal wealth from Louisiana citizens promising payouts which are simply undeliverable.

National Election Results

In other good news, President Trump easily won Louisiana and all conservative members of Louisiana’s Congressional delegation were soundly re-elected. For conservatives at the national level, it was a relatively good night as well.

Conservatives appear after results have been counted to retain control of the U.S. Senate – a great victory which essentially guarantees that Democrats, cannot “pack the U.S. Supreme Court.”

As of this writing, President Trump is – barring some strange, court-ordered electoral additions – still in position to win a second term. He leads in Pennsylvania (+9.3% with 64% reporting), North Carolina (+1.4% with 94% reporting), and Georgia (+2.2% with 84% reporting). The Trump campaign continues to insist that they will eventually pick up Arizona as well.

If they are correct, and these leads hold, President Trump will win a second term.

A strange addition of approximately 128,000 votes was added to Joe Biden’s totals in Michigan overnight, erasing a large Trump lead. Some are already crying foul, and we have to admit, it is bizarre that 128,000 votes were added for Biden and zero for Trump or any other third-party. We’ll keep you updated on that story.

Election Day Data is clear; what will remain in dispute over the coming weeks will be interpreted by numerous courts. Provisional, and absentee and mail-in ballots will need to meet criteria that certifies them as valid (and that standard differs in each state). All ballots cast legally and timely should be counted.

Any counting that includes the addition of votes cast after Election Day is surely a calculated effort to interfere with Trump’s voter day victory.

Highlights from the U.S. Senate:

  • Lindsey Graham, a conservative U.S. Senator from South Carolina, defeated his Democratic challenger Jaime Harrison soundly;
  • Mitch McConnell, the Senate Majority Leader, also defeated his well-funded opponent by a wide margin;
  • Thom Tillis, Republican U.S. Senator for North Carolina has held off Democrat challenger Cal Cunningham;
  • Joni Ernst, U.S. Senator from Iowa, has been re-elected by several points;
  • Susan Collins, the unreliable Republican senator from Maine, appears to be on the path to victory as well, defeating a far-left progressive challenger;
  • Tommy Tuberville, former Auburn football coach, defeated incumbent Democrat U.S. Senator Doug Jones to recover another seat for the Republicans;
  • Dan Sullivan, the more conservative of Alaska’s two U.S. Senators, breezed to a victory over his opponent.

Sadly, Senator Cory Gardner of Colorado did not survive his re-election campaign, and Martha McSally of Arizona is in jeopardy of losing hers as well; however, it appears as though the Republicans may have held onto the U.S. Senate majority.

We expect updates throughout the day and will keep you up-to-date as we learn more.

Thank you for showing up to vote your values. It makes a difference!

The believer's assignment now, is to pray that Light would overcome any efforts undertaken in the dark, and that justice would prevail, in Jesus' name.

In His Service,


Gene Mills
President
Louisiana Family Forum

P.S.  We undertook The Louisiana Blessing Project precisely for moments like the one we are in. Please visit and share #LouisianaBlessing and join us in praying for Light to expose darkness and for justice to prevail, in Jesus’ name!

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