Cleveland, Ohio 2020-11-05 18:22:56 –
Cleveland (WJW) — Cleveland religious leaders want to bring people together while the country is waiting for the final outcome of the presidential election.
“We say we allow all of our distant communities, both Democrats and Republicans, to support this result. We are patient and these officials vote for this. I hope to count. They will count it accurately, they will count it thoroughly, fairly and completely, “said Bishop Tony Miner.
Bishops Minor and other clerical members are part of a nonpartisan group that helps bridge the gap between public policy and faith.
The group said it wants people to understand that the process of voting and counting subsequent votes is one of the cornerstones of democracy.
“Make sure this is a face and a safe and impartial election. Those who count these votes will not be hurt by those who violently attack them, but above all they want to unite in this country. That’s what Rev. Jimmy Gates said.
The group is asking the community to join them on prayer days starting at noon on Friday.
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