Is your pastor getting political? Some church signs have strong wording about Tuesday’s election

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HUNTSVILLE, Ala. - Some faith-based organizations in Huntsville are reaching out to their congregations and encouraging them to vote. That may be to vote in general, or to vote one way in particular.

Did your pastor have a political message during church service on Sunday?

St. Luke's Christian Church on Sparkman Drive in Huntsville has a sign publicly displaying the message "Vote or Pick Cotton." Originally, both sides of the sign displayed this message, but someone knocked all of the letters off on one side.

Is your church encouraging you to vote? If they have signs, we'd like to see them. Submit your photo by clicking theĀ "Submit Your Photo" button below, or by emailing it to You can also tell us your story through the Facebook link below, or by emailing

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