"I am happy to be able to vote of Tom Hoefling for president, a man who loves God and stands up for life!"
Sunny Shell of Plano, Texas:
"My family voted for Tom Hoefling because our faith in Christ trumps our fear of any man or woman--and that includes Donald Trump and Hillary Clinton. Neither Clinton nor Trump can take away anything beyond what God Almighty allows, and neither can give us anything that God Almighty disallows. 'And the LORD said to Satan, 'Behold, all that he has is in your hand. Only against him do not stretch out your hand.' So Satan went out from the presence of the LORD.' ~Job 1:12, ESV No one can make anything great except the Great I AM. And the last time I checked, His name is NOT Donald Trump. It is YHWH."
Gerald Prichard of Meridianville, Alabama:
"An inscription on the fireplace in the White House's State Dining Room, written originally by John Adams, in part reads, 'May none but Honest and Wise Men ever rule under this Roof.' After researching Tom Hoefling's beliefs and actions, I think that he would be the kind of person in character whom John Adams had in mind. I can truthfully say that I have not encountered a political candidate previously with whom I agreed more on moral, political, and economic issues than Tom Hoefling, and I am grateful to have the opportunity to vote for a candidate with a clear conscience."
Claudia Barlow of Yucaipa, California:
"Tom is my candidate of choice, because he is not making empty promises that he can't possibly keep."
Matthew Philleo of Eau Claire, Wisconsin:
"John Adams said, 'There is nothing which I dread so much as a division of the republic into two great parties, each arranged under its leader, and concerting measures in opposition to each other. This, in my humble apprehension, is to be dreaded as the greatest political evil under our Constitution.' Why should I support the lesser of two evils when there is a third candidate that most accurately represents my views? The Republican party was the new kid on the block when the Whigs and Democrats were hashing it out. They had one major platform, one decisive goal: to abolish slavery. And eventually, these unlikely candidates gained a following. And eventually they won. And slavery was indeed abolished. But that was then and this is now. The Republican party of today is nothing like it was in the 1850's. I want to vote for a candidate that will actually stand up for life and marriage, and not just give token assent to gain my vote. Tom Hoefling, from what I can see, is that man. Now God is ultimately in control, but I want to vote for the best candidate, regardless of the chances of getting elected. We have to start somewhere and let our voices be heard as Christians. We don't have to be a slave to the two-party system. We don't have to follow the herd. We can vote our consciences and let the chips fall where they may, and at the end of the day, let God's will be done!"