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National Public Radio Profile

National Public Radio profiled Christians Against Christian Nationalism in a broadcast hosted by Sarah McCammon released July 4, 2021 titled "Faith Leaders Speak Out Against Christian Nationalism":[1]

"This week, Vote Common Good, a nonprofit aimed at influencing religiously motivated voters, is partnering with Christians Against Christian Nationalism, a large group of faith leaders, to launch a new curriculum aimed at confronting Christian nationalism in churches across the country. Here to tell us more about it are Amanda Tyler, the executive director at the Baptist Joint Committee for Religious Liberty, and Pastor Michael Mills with the Agape Baptist Church in Fort Worth, Texas."

Supporting Ammar Campa-Najjar

Circa October 26, Ammar Campa-Najjar, the Democrat challenging incumbent Duncan Hunter for California House District 50, attended a small rally in Escondido Friday evening at Grape Day Park where an evangelical Christian group threw it’s support behind him.

The rally was hosted by Vote Common Good, a Christian organization urging religious voters across America to "vote with their conscience."

“I know it looks like we’re partisan because we are supporting Democratic candidates all across the country, but that’s because we are trying to change control of Congress. We believe that Congress’ job is to be a check on the presidency and we think that needs to happen,” explained Doug Pagitt, Executive Director for VCG.

The group is traveling to 31 districts across the county believed to be “flip-able,” in an effort to give Democrats a majority in Congress.

On Saturday, VCG will be traveling to Carlsbad, House District 49, to support Democrat Mike Levin.[2]

Vote Common Good 2018 endorsements

Vote Common Good 2018 endorsements.