Christian Voice (United States)
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Christian Voice is an American conservative Christian right political advocacy group. It is a project of the American Service Council. In 1980, Chrisitan Voice claimed 107,000 members including 37,000 pastors from 45 denominations. Christian Voice was headquartered at the Heritage Foundation in the 1970s and 1980s and is currently located in suburban Washington, D.C., in Alexandria, Virginia.
Christian Voice is best known as the originator and developer of the "Congressional Report Card" and the "Candidates Scorecard". It helped organized grassroots action through use of its "Church Networking Guide".
Founded by Dr. Colonel V. Doner in 1978.
Christian Voice was the first of the Christian Right groups, pre-dating the Christian Coalition, American Coalition for Traditional Values, Concerned Women for America, Moral Majority, Family Research Council, and other Christian political groups. Christian Voice has employed hundreds of political organizers, including Susan Hirschman, Chief of Staff to former House Majority Leader Tom DeLay, Congressman Tom Hagadorn, who chaired the organization for several years, and Tim LaHaye, co-author of the Left Behind series. Many of the techniques used by current independent and 527 political campaigns were originally developed by Christian Voice (Most notably a commonly used "Political Report Card" used to inform voters of how their representative voted was created by Founder Colonel V. Doner).
Voter drives 
Christian Voice President Gary Jarmin has been involved in the founding of dozens of other public policy organizations, including the Christian Coalition, Coalition for Religious Freedom, The Seniors Center, and American Council for a Free Asia.
- Robert Grant, Chairman (1978-1998; 2003-2008)
- Gary Jarmin, President
- Colonel V. Doner, Founder, CEO (1978-1986).