WASHINGTON, D.C. (RNS) — Powerful data-mining tools allow today's campaigns to connect religious voters with their political viewpoints and to micro-target ads to fit their particular brand of faith.
Mormon Republicans who went for Trump were less religious and more anxious about immigration and racial diversity than those who supported McMullin.
(RNS) Are we bold enough to climb above the crowd and look beyond the stark rhetoric and unbending ideologies that dominate our political landscape?
(RNS) Mormons have hit on Evan McMullin. And other evangelicals are warming to him, too.
(RNS) Only 4 percent of the survey's 800 respondents said they would vote for Donald Trump.
(RNS) The details of a continuing pattern of sexual sin and sexual assaults against women went beyond what I knew about Trump's vague boasting about past adultery.
(RNS) The Republican senator from New Hampshire is locked in a tough re-election battle. Could her campaign gimmick to distribute free condoms to college students prompt any Catholic backlash?
(RNS) The GOP nominee said the Flint pastor was 'a nervous mess' because she had clearly planned to upstage him.
(RNS) A new, humanist-based communications firm is promoting a slate of nine out-and-proud atheist/humanist candidates in Arizona, more than any other state. Can they win? That's not the point.
(RNS) A new book details the ways its author finds Donald Trump's statements and actions "antithetical" to Christianity.
WASHINGTON (RNS) The 'Together We Vote' campaign is one of the efforts by religious groups to mobilize new voters.
(RNS) Carl Anderson, a former Republican official and head of the influential Catholic society, told some 100 bishops: “It is time to stop creating excuses for voting for pro-abortion politicians.”
(RNS) Billionaire Charles Koch said rumors he would support Hillary Clinton for president amounted to “a blood libel,” but do they really? Let us 'Splain.
DUBAI — Dabiq, the militant group's online magazine, showed a picture of Army Capt. Humayun Khan's tombstone in Arlington National Cemetery with a caption, "Beware of dying as an apostate."
(RNS) The rally's main goal is to show that nonbelievers have the numbers, the clout and the organizational skills to be a voting bloc worth courting.