So what does it mean to live our faith on election day according to Korzen and Kelley? They argue that we are to vote for the common good:
…Our primary responsibility is to the common good. The common good provides for the health, welfare, and dignity of all people and promotes the best interests of everyone, not just the few. It ensures that we truly build the essential conditions for a culture of life. It also focuses on helping those who need it most: the poor and vulnerable. When we vote for the common good, we vote to build a society in which all have the freedom and opportunity to reach their full human potential.