As a not-for-profit organization since 2006, Clay Family Policy Forum has encouraged a pro-family culture that makes Clay County unique and sought after by families who choose to call it home.
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About Clay Family Policy Forum
Founded in 2006, Clay Family Policy Forum’s primary goal is to encourage the pro-family culture that makes Clay County unique and sought after by families who choose to call it home.
As a not-for-profit Florida Corporation, CFPF has two primary functions. Annually a clergy appreciation event is held. During election years, CFPF will survey candidates on pro-family topics and make this information available to the public.
Clay Family Policy Forum is committed to identifying Clay County candidates that support pro-family values each election year with a Voter Guide. The objective of the guide is to inform like-minded voters on which candidates share their worldview on a wide range of issues including some that don’t appear to have a direct relation to specific issues in the county at this time. Those positions suggest how and from where the candidate discerns right from wrong, good from bad, legal from illegal and the foundation to decide unknown future issues.
All candidates are mailed a questionnaire covering a broad range of issues with more than 100 questions. When compiling the response, contrasting answers are noted and are the focus of the printed voter guide. A cover letter is mailed along with the Survey Questions explaining to candidates that if they choose not to respond, it will be noted on the Voter Guide that they “chose not to respond”. All Surveys are available on this website in their entirety.
“The family is the sure foundation of all that is stable and noble in our civilization.” – United States Supreme Court, 1885