In November, citizens in the United States will have the privilege and duty of electing people to political offices and voting on issues of public policy. The Church encourages its members to participate in the political process.

You can learn about the issues by researching information on the Internet, listening to debates, and talking with candidates.

lds-newsroomIn addition, the Church occasionally posts information at about particular moral issues on which it has taken a position.

The Church as an institution remains neutral regarding political parties and candidates. However, the Church also affirms its constitutional right of expression on political and social issues. You can find information about many of those issues at, particularly in the Topics and Background section.

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