2020 Elections

On Tuesday, Nov. 3, South Carolinians will enter polling stations for the 2020 general election. We will vote for those who may hold political office in our state and Washington, D.C., for the next two years or longer.  

As Catholics, we have the benefit of the Church's Magisterium endowed upon her by Christ, which assists us in understanding the natural, moral law as it relates to specific issues. We have an obligation as Catholics also to be correctly informed and educated by the Church's teaching so that we may vote with our consciences. 

The South Carolina Catholic Conference (SCCC), in conjunction with other states Catholic Conferences, has produced this election's voter guide comparing the two major presidential candidates, Donald J. Trump and Joseph R. Biden, in light of Catholic social teaching.

Presidential Comparison
(A side-by-side analysis of the two major party presidential candidates)

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