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Gary Bauer

Host: Dr. Tim Clinton

October 12, 2022

On Tuesday, November 8th, Americans across the country will cast their votes in the midterm elections. This will be a moment in time that will prove to be crucial for the future of our country. Most Christians recognize that our nation is divided, is in serious trouble, and that none of our problems will be solved unless believers step into the public square and cast biblically-informed votes. On today’s edition of Family Talk, Dr. Tim Clinton and Gary Bauer, senior vice president of public policy at the James Dobson Family Institute, identify the “kitchen table issues” on the ballot this fall and remind us of our duty and the importance of making our voices heard at the polls.

Meet the Guest

 

Gary Bauer

Gary Bauer is a conservative Christian family advocate, president of American Values, chairman of Campaign for Working Families, and emeritus Washington director of CUFI Action Fund. Gary also serves as the sr. vice president of public policy for the Dr. James Dobson Family Institute. He has a daily radio commentary called “End of Day Report” that airs on the Bott Radio Network, and a daily “end of day” current affairs newsletter that is emailed to hundreds of thousands of constituents. Previously, Gary served on the U.S. Commission on International Religious Freedom, and was president of Family Research Council. He also served as chief domestic policy advisor to President Ronald Reagan, and was the Under Secretary of Education. He is the author of several books, including Children at Risk, co-authored with Dr. James Dobson. Gary and his wife, Carol, have three adult children and live in Fairfax, Virginia.

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