Faith and the race for Maine’s House District 24 seat

Interesting e-mail that was sent my way this week involving the race for the District 24 seat in the Maine House of Representatives (Dexter, Garland, Charleston, Athens, Harmony and Ripley).

Three candidates are vying for the seat left vacant when Republican Frederick Wintle of Garland resigned in the wake of an incident during which he allegedly pointed a gun at a Waterville man earlier this year.

Sangerville town manager David Pearson, a Democrat, Charleston deputy clerk Lesley Maynard, an independent, and Dexter resident Raymond Wallace, a Republican, are on the ballot.
Wallace appears to be getting some last minute please from some faith-based friends.
See the e-mail below:

Christian Civic League Help a Christian Candidate Alert

November 4, 2011

Unashamed Christian candidate urgently needs your help

Ray Wallace, an unashamed Christian candidate running for House District
24, needs your help to distribute campaign literature Saturday morning.

The liberals are aggressively going after him and this seat which serves
the people of Athens, Charleston, Dexter, Garland, Harmony and Ripley. It would be a
great blessing if other Christians will rise to help.

Date: Saturday, November 5th, 9 am
Meeting Location: Noah’s Landing
Route 7/16 Russ Street
Dexter, ME 04930-1509

Christian Civic League Board member Matt Boucher will be there lending a
hand. If you have questions, please contact Shawn Roderick at

Please keep Ray in your prayers.

I have a question: Are there a whole bunch of Christians out there who are ashamed?